Heroic dog helps his friend to get out of the pool

Heroic dog helps his friend to get out of the pool

Heroic dog helps his friend to get out of the pool

The video shows Smokey in the water paddling to the edge of the pool.

An Arizona family filmed a remarkable video that showed a dog save his buddy who fell into a pool and struggled to get out.

Laurie Sorsen Becerra, from Sow Low, Ariz., told KSAT her husband Jay found their dog Smokey sopping wet on May 1 and wanted to see what happened.

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Bezerra posted a video on Facebook, which is seen as a dog of their daughter by the name of Remus, jumping into the pool to save Smokey from drowning.

The pup's owner, Laurie Becerra, said her husband, Jay, was in the house for a few minutes and the pups must have come through the fence.

In a Facebook post, Becerra said the two dogs got "a little rambunctious".

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Remus appears to try and pull Smokey out of the pool, but his attempts fail so instead he jumps in and pushes Smokey out of the water.

Becerra wrote on Facebook that Smokey could swim, just not very well, and that Remus "may be a insane pup but he's got a heart of gold!" "Jay recorded this off our safety digicam when he noticed Smokey all moist!"

She praised "hero" dog Remus, saying though he may be "a insane pup he's got a heart of gold". They play around pool all the time with no incidence'.

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