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Hero Dog Earns Highest Honor For Saving His Doggy Friend From The Swimming Pool

Fox 5 DC - An Arizona family filmed a remarkable video that showed a dog save his buddy who fell into a pool and struggled to get out.

Smokey and Remus, the dog buddies, were reportedly getting “rambunctious” earlier this month at their home in Mesa, Ariz. And at some point, Smokey fell into the family pool.

The dog is seen struggling to get out while Remus was pacing along the side.

After a few unsuccessful attempts to get the dog out of the water, Remus can be seen jumps into the pool to give his buddy a nudge.

The incredible video was captured by Laurie and her husband Jay Becerra on security camera, KSAT.com reported.

RE-MUS! RE-MUS! RE-MUS! What a hero! Will someone please send this video over to President Donald J Trump so he can award Remus with the Medal of Honor? When the going got tough, Remus didn’t go looking for help. He didn’t bark or bang on the door, he took matters into his own paws and went to all lengths to save Smokey’s life. He didn’t hesitate to jump into that pool and give ol’ Remus a boost. That was bravery like I’ve never seen.

Actually, I just remembered this story as I was writing this blog. I did see it one other time. In 5th grade we had a end of the year trip to the pool. This kid named Denzel wanted to jump off the diving board. Unfortunately, he didn’t know how to swim. Well, that didn’t stop little ol’ 4’5 Denzel from  jumping off the diving board into 12 feet of water. Kid was drowning from the SECOND he touched the water. Actually pretty scary now that I think about it. Well, don’t fret. The lifeguard got to him…oh no just kidding. The lifeguard was probably high out of his mind watching the clouds go by, so my friend AJ’s mom, Miss Kathy, who was chaperoning jumped in with all her clothes on and saved this kid’s life. Miss Kathy should get a medal too.

Remus and Miss Kathy, the two most heroic people I’ve ever seen.