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Five people saved by dog ​​lifeguards in Lazio and Sicily

(ANSA) – ROME, August 22 – The Italian School of Canine Lifeguards (SICS) said over the weekend that around five people were saved by canine lifeguards on beaches in Lazio and Sicily during the middle week of August. Stated.

Two young people, aged 12 and 19, were rescued by dogs Robin Hood and Zeus on Giardini Naxos beach last Saturday, SICS said.

They swam out after a football that was driven out to sea by the wind.

Robin Hood, a 4-year-old golden retriever, and Zeus, a 6-year-old Newfoundland, took action and saved the boys after their mother called for help.

On the same day, in Montalto di Castro near Viterbo, two sisters from Arezzo, aged 12 and 15, were applauded as they were rescued by Pedro, a 7-year-old Holden Retriever, and Mila, a 6-year-old Honey Labrador. I called. Gathered bathers.

Doggie heroes also saved a 52-year-old local woman who was sucked into the same “hole” in the water earlier in the day. (ANSA).

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