Heroic Dog Rescues Drowning Fawn as Owner Cheers on from Shore

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Freely is heard encouraging and praising Storm as the heroic dog grooms and nudges the fawn with his nose.

Freeley couldn't tell at first what it was his dog was rescuing, but as Storm swam in closer, Freeley saw it was a baby deer in his dog's mouth.

That's when he said Storm spotted the deer, jumped into the water, grabbed the fawn by the neck and pulled it to shore.

As soon as the fawn reached the shore, Storm followed it, laying down next to the baby deer.

But the ordeal wasn't over yet.

Fox 13 News says Mark Freeley was walking along a Long Island beach when his dog, Storm, suddenly burst into action.

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Once on land, the fawn ran off but soon collapsed, Freeley said.

Freeley called nonprofit, Strong Island Animal Rescue League, and led Frankie Floridia, the organization's co-founder, to where they had left the fawn.

The vet was able to get the fawn to her vehicle and is now being treated. She ran about a mile on the beach to help.

When the animal was taken to a vet to get checked out it was found to be covered in ticks and had an eye injury.

"I think it was a great thing for its instincts to kick in, to go out there and rescue it", Floridia said of Storm.

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