Newfoundland Rescue Dogs Help Coast Guard Save Lives in Italy

    Newfoundland Rescue Dogs Help Coast Guard Save Lives in Italy

    Newfoundland Rescue Dogs Help Coast Guard Save Lives in Italy
    Tania
    5:12 PM EDT, April 6, 2022, updated: 5:45 PM EDT, April 6, 2022

    They are more fearless than the heroes of action movies and no less brave than them. Every year they save approx. Every year they save about 3000 people from drowning near the shores of sunny Italy. Here are the Italian Newfoundlands.

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    300 Powerful Newfoundland Dogs Serve in the Italian Coast Guard

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    This Is a Special k9 Rescue Unit

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    The Dogs Go Through a Demanding 3-Year Training Course Under the Guidance of Experienced Professionals

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    During Their Training They Are Prepared to Rescue Drowning People

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    Huge Newfoundlands Are Perfect for the Job Because of Their Characteristics

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    They’re Not Only Strong, but Smart and Gentle

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    k9 Unit Dogs Serve as a Sort of “Living, Intelligent Lifeline” for Drowning Victims (As Their Trainers Call Them)

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    They Find Their Way in the Water and Sense Currents

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    Italian Newfoundlands Take Part in Many Spectacular Looking Actions

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    Sometimes Jumping Into the Water From Speeding Motorboats or Low-Hanging Helicopters

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    Not Many People Could Afford Such Bravery

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    Have you ever needed a rescue dog?

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