Nitesh Kumar Sahoo

Dogs are regarded as the most loyal animals. Their unconditional love, companionship and faithfulness make them man's best friend. There are numerous instances when canines risk their lives without bothering about the consequences to save their owners and make them happy. The bond between a dog and its owner can be very intense and even resemble parent-infant attachment bonds.

Here we bring a heartwarming visual giving a glimpse into the reunion of a man with a dog, that was left behind in a locked house after a flood.

In the video, a person can be seen trying to break the window glass of a house with the help of a pipe. The house seems to be submerged in flood water. Shockingly, a dog can be seen struggling in the flood water, being inside the house. After trying for a moment to break the glass with the pipe, the man replaces it with a bottle. The man keeps on hitting the glass surface with the bottle. After multiple tries, the glass breaks. However, the man continues to break every shred of the glass to ensure a safe passage for the stuck dog.

A while later, the dog can be heard whimping. After making a safe passage, the man calls the dog. Meanwhile, the small canine rushes towards the man.

The man carefully lifts the dog from the floodwater and brings it close to his chest. After rescuing the dog safely, the man gets emotional and breaks into tears. The man can be seen wiping his tears while holding the dog tight.

While the source of the video couldn't be verified, it is shared on X (formerly Twitter) by Yog. The video has gone viral on social media being viewed over 4 million times. Moreover, the video has been liked over 97K times. The caption for the post reads, "Men rescue a dog that was left behind in a home during floods.." (sic)

On the other hand, the rescue video has made netizens emotional. Several users penned their opinions about the scene in the comments section.

One user wrote, "My dogs would have been the first thing I grabbed to make sure they got out safely." (sic)

Another user wrote, "If my dog is going to drown I'm drowning too. Just sayin..." (sic)

"No way would I leave my dog to drown. I would leave this world with him if it came down to it. My puppy love is family," wrote a third user. (sic)

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