Freeley and Frank Floridia, of animal rescue group Strong Island Rescue,” took the charge this time and both waded into the water after the fawn. “The second rescue was a lot of anxiety and it took about eight minutes to get a rope around the animal. Once rescued, the deer was carried to the rescue’s van. It was reportedly covered in ticks and sustained an eye injury, but now it’s resting at a local animal rescue until it’s recovered.

What an amazing dog who appeared to care about the welfare of another animal.