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17 July 2017, 10:29 | Kelvin Horton
Golden retriever swims into harbor to save fawn
A dog in Port Jefferson, New York, jumped into rushing waters to save the life of a fawn.
Mark Freeley was walking with his two dogs Sunday morning when he came across the baby deer floating in the chilly waters off the NY coast.
Mark Freeley was walking Storm when they spotted the fawn struggling in the water.
Storm, a 6-year-old English golden retriever, swam out to the fawn, grabbed it by its neck and started pulling it to shore, a video shows.
Once the dog brought the baby deer onto shore, he stood watch over it as Freeley called for help. When the experts arrived to care for the fawn, it got spooked and went back out into the surf. That began rescue round two.
Freeley and a representative from Strong Island Animal Rescue waded into the water to save the confused fawn a second time.
"I don't think I could've done it without the help of my partner. i was exhausted at the point my knee blew out, and I collapsed on the beach", he said. After Frankie recouped for a few mintues, he walked 1 1/4 miles back to the animal rescue vehicle.
The fawn, according to one of the rescuers, was covered in ticks and had an eye injury.
The fawn was taken to Save the Animals Rescue Foundation, a wildlife rehabilitator in Middle Island, and is recovering nicely, Kutzing said.
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