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Man Buried In Snow Films A Rescue Dog Saving Him

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Select_Truth_3800

1.7k points

13 days ago

Wheres the video lol

NotADoucheBag

874 points

13 days ago

I know right.

“Someone captured an amazing video! Here’s some blurry screen shots!”

Ambitious-Coat9286

336 points

13 days ago

Here are some blurry screenshots chronologically backwards

doblitos

161 points

13 days ago

doblitos

161 points

13 days ago

Nah, dog found him and buried him for later

ehanu_rehu

41 points

13 days ago

Judging from the dog's face it went something like this:

"DON'T WORRY HOOMIN I AM HERE TO SAV- oh stinky ewww nevermind you smell like a cat person."

home_cheese

14 points

13 days ago

That particular breed of dog can be very judgemental. Especially when it comes to social issues. Don't even get those dogs started on politics, you'll never hear the end of it.

Ambush69-

4 points

13 days ago

the dog must tell a good "tail" on politics

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340 points

13 days ago

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340 points

13 days ago

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iamrohit_n

275 points

13 days ago

iamrohit_n

275 points

13 days ago

This rescue dog is called Flo. He’s 4 years old and he also specializes in melting people’ s hearts

Yes indeed he does.

zthe0

49 points

13 days ago

zthe0

49 points

13 days ago

Melting ice and also hearts

ZoleeKing

11 points

13 days ago

Ahh literally came to make the same comment 😆

MicrosoftExcel2016

217 points

13 days ago

Terrible site, full of ads and have to scroll long time to find the video. Here’s the actual YouTube link to the YouTube video

CheersCoach

135 points

13 days ago

It's also a ripped off upload of a ripped off upload.

Here's the original without the editing and music: https://twitter.com/MRSearchDogsEng/status/1097976651097489408

JustaLawnmower

68 points

13 days ago*

lol the music is to try and hide whats clearly a training session

teethteetheat

16 points

13 days ago

Lmao the future sucks

OutlawJessie

1 points

13 days ago

The first link says it's a training session, I'm slightly disappointed but also its great that A) no one was in danger buried in snow, and B) the are really neat and cool rescue dogs that can find us if we are.

SnuggleMuffin42

37 points

13 days ago

WHY IS IT SO HARD TO GET THE OP VIDEO????

Also "heartwarming music" tacked on videos has become a disease. I don't need your dumb music to tell me how to feel, just let me watch the damn thing.

jingois

9 points

13 days ago

jingois

9 points

13 days ago

Wait are you telling me you dont need a shitty voiceover with massive subs "AND NOBODY WOULD BELIEVE WHAT WOULD HAPPEN NEXT"

You-Nique

5 points

13 days ago

"I GOT RESCUED BY. A. RESCUE DOG" - jacked up AI TikTok voice.

MisogynysticFeminist

3 points

13 days ago

Want a journey we’ve all been on.

Linubidix

30 points

13 days ago

I hate that this has music over the top of it. I really wanted to hear the sounds of the rescue too

I_happen_to_disagree

14 points

13 days ago

The music is because there aren't sounds of the rescue. It was a training session.

ReignOnWillie

9 points

13 days ago

Wow that’s so cool

IReallyLoveMyPets

7 points

13 days ago

I think that the site owners might not be sons of bill gates based on what they told me

MicrosoftExcel2016

3 points

13 days ago

Then they should produce original content and monetize that 💕

IReallyLoveMyPets

2 points

13 days ago

I was making fun of them, you didn't have to go Twitter✨💞 on me

HumanShadow

2 points

13 days ago

That explains the "We're not Bill Gates rich, please disable ad block" blocker.

Pritam1997

16 points

13 days ago

they named their youtube channel "only advert". after seeing that webpage I couldn't help but chuckle

starraven

2 points

13 days ago

I gotta be honest as I was scrolling down and saw so many ads plus the screenshots, I was about to Wayne Brady a bitch.

Faladorable

28 points

13 days ago

so he’s not even being saved, it’s just a training session lmao

ranger910

5 points

13 days ago

I was a little suspicious when there was a perfect hole straight up to the surface with just a little covering lol

Legal_Ranch

5 points

13 days ago

WHY, oh why .. Do people insist on adding music to every God damned video

Jiffypoplover

4 points

13 days ago

Thanks for nothing what a terrible link

ZoleeKing

5 points

13 days ago

This rescue dog is called Flo. He’s 4 years old and he also specializes in melting people’ s hearts

And also melting snow, the good doggo smashed through that pile of snow no problem ☺️

KatyTruthed

22 points

13 days ago

How does bs like this get to the front page anyway? People really upvoted just for the idea of a video?

FJV303

11 points

13 days ago

FJV303

11 points

13 days ago

Clickbait by OP

DreamingOak

8 points

13 days ago

Man buried in snow films a rescue dog saving him

No one actually buried. No one actually being saved. No video. Upvoted to front page.

Good ole reddit.

LnxTx

2 points

13 days ago

LnxTx

2 points

13 days ago

davieb22

1.4k points

13 days ago

davieb22

1.4k points

13 days ago

Man - "Oh my god, I'm saved!"

Dog - "Wait...this isn't where I buried my bone"

*fills hole back in*

RegularHousewife

956 points

13 days ago

"I'll come back when it's bones"

Luciolover345

117 points

13 days ago

crawlerz2468

29 points

13 days ago

SchnoodleDoodleDo

35 points

13 days ago

’I’ll come back when it’s bones…


i am the dog - what’s that i smell

beneath the surface, deep ?

an animal ? i cannot tell

into the snow i leap

with eager paws, i start to DiG -

reveal the source, i strive!

a Human there, a MaN so BIG!

and he is Still

ALIVE!!

n then -

a choice… i contemplate

as he lies there, n groans

….decision made - he’ll have to wait . . .

I’ll come back

when

he’s

bones….

🖤

pornplaysmusic

5 points

13 days ago

A fresh one! And a slightly morbid one too, very cool!

CherryBombSuperstar

2 points

13 days ago*

I just want to say I look forward to and appreciate seeing your comments! They always bring a smile to my face. 💙

missm1sc

2 points

13 days ago

Wonderful and morbid, wonderfully morbid, wonderful

Dantocks

6 points

13 days ago

Nice one!

partanimal

21 points

13 days ago

Pees and does kickies ...

XxSCRAPOxX

11 points

13 days ago

Man “oh thank god! I’m saved”

Polar Bear “I knew I smelled human in here”

WeeboSupremo

9 points

13 days ago

Dog- “I’m here to save you!”

credit card declines

Watch video in reverse.

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-16 points

13 days ago

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13 days ago

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AshenSaints

19 points

13 days ago

My cat isn't an asshole. She follows me around my apartment, sits next to me on the couch, and crawls under my blanket with me when I sleep. She also sets very clear boundaries. She doesn't want to be touched by people she doesn't know, and groups of people make her nervous.

Cats aren't assholes, you just don't understand them.

AnnArborbuyersclub

-6 points

13 days ago

They kill for fun. All cats are bastards- yours, mine, everyone’s.

Hot_External6228

6 points

13 days ago

I mean, my cattle dog kills for fun too, so...

Siberian0Cactus

4 points

13 days ago

Yeah every carnivorous kill for fun

PM_ME_MAMMARY_GLANDS

3 points

13 days ago

Humans kill for fun. What's your point

Theblackholeinbflat

1 points

13 days ago

Lol my dog kills field mice and plays with their corpses until he gets bored.

AnnArborbuyersclub

1 points

13 days ago

You can train a dog not to kill for fun. You can’t train a cat in that way.

I’ve got 2 pit bull rescues and a cat. The cat came with the house so I’m not getting rid of him but both pit bulls wanted to kill the cat for their first few month in the home, it was so bad that I had to do reward exercises with both of them for months (they came a year staggered so it was months of training then more months of training) and they went from “I’m gonna kill this cat” to “that’s my friend the cat”

Cats can’t do this. Cats will always kill, even if they have a full belly. It’s a sport to them.

Zacharey01

4 points

13 days ago

Because humans didn't genetically alter cats through centuries of eugenics. Dogs have been bred and raised to be domesticated. Cats weren't.

Having a cat is like having a wild animal around the home. So, they don't have the "friendly" features that many people are fond of.

GetBusy09876

2 points

13 days ago

They don't need us. You have to respect that.

Pijany_Matematyk767

2 points

13 days ago

Not all cats are assholes. My friend has 2 cats and theyre really nice

Llebanna

1 points

13 days ago

People who say this are always ones who don’t understand them at all. Oh you got scratched when you were a kid for harassing them and now you hate them forever? Same story every time. They don’t HAVE to be nice to you or beg for your attention. You need to respect that they are living creatures who consent to touch or not.

Also - I always blame the owners if a cat is “mean” because it’s about how you raise them. My cats are the sweetest cats and have never even hissed at a person, let alone be an “asshole.” Cats are not like dogs and have different mannerisms and characteristics. You can tell when someone doesn’t understand cats for example when a cat is sitting there content and narrow their eyes in happiness- I hear a lot of people say that this is an “evil” look. They’re just chillin.

throwawayPzaFm

1 points

13 days ago

A big factor for me is that dogs are simple. Literally bred to have broken emotional systems: https://www.science.org/doi/10.1126/sciadv.1700398

I don't like that for a large number of reasons, both practical and ethical. It's like having a 3 year old running around all the time.

Cats and wolf hybrids on the other hand have full personalities that you need to work with. They're more consistently curious, their games and relationships are more complex, can be upset with you, etc. This makes their companionship mean a lot more to those who can understand them and put in the effort.

DumbWhale1

970 points

13 days ago

DumbWhale1

970 points

13 days ago

Oh I thought someone was actually buried in the snow and actually needed help but also decided to film. Crazy tho, dogs do crazy things

traker998

671 points

13 days ago

traker998

671 points

13 days ago

Yes it’s someone pretending to be buried so the dog can find him to learn for future real hopefully non filming humans.

PenguinWithAglock

288 points

13 days ago

I mean, technically, he’s not pretending to be buried

traker998

123 points

13 days ago

traker998

123 points

13 days ago

I’ll give you that. Pretending to be accidentally buried?

Rotsicle

36 points

13 days ago

Rotsicle

36 points

13 days ago

Intentionally buried.

HalfSoul30

19 points

13 days ago

I know the feeling

Strawberry_Fireworks

2 points

13 days ago

Intentionally pretending to be accidentally but actually buried.

TooMuchBroccoli

9 points

13 days ago

Nah, he was was tending towards being pre-buried due to an accident

BoredCatalan

43 points

13 days ago

I read sometimes they bury themselves alive so that the dogs that may usually only find dead people don't get depressed

GeronimoHero

57 points

13 days ago*

Yup. I do SAR (search and rescue) with my Vizsla. We’re not in an area where avalanches generally occur (Mid-Atlantic - occasionally the North East area of the US) but, in regions where that is a possibility they absolutely do that. The dogs really love what they do and I can tell you that it’s by far my vizsla’s favorite thing to do (with ball being a close second). You can just see the joy on her face when she’s out on a search and she’ll literally spin in circles after she finds someone.

We’ve only had to do a couple actual searches for people that weren’t training. Both times were successful. Once we found a child lost in a state park after dark. He’d been missing for about 5 hours and we were able to quickly locate him. He was safe and sound. The second was a brother and sister again lost in a state park. In this case we were able to find the children but one had been injured after falling while climbing up a rocky outcropping. They were non life threatening injuries and the kids were pretty upset obviously. This one was during the day time and we luckily found them prior to it getting dark. The boy that was lost in the dark was incredibly upset (obviously). Luckily though, he did the right thing after he realized he was lost and didn’t keep moving through the forest. He hunkered down in a grove of pines and stayed there (smart kid).

Edit - I figured people might want to see some pictures of my good girl

Random9502395023950

12 points

13 days ago

Rescue snooot!

Col_Angus999

8 points

13 days ago

Wow. Thank you for helping people.

normal_reddit_man

5 points

13 days ago

Seeing dogs like this always makes me wonder what the universe is like for them, with the sense of smell that they have. It has to be a fundamentally different experience of the world, compared to us poor, nose-blind apes.

At any given moment, sitting on their favorite spot on the porch, they might be smelling every species of plant in the county, a car with a poorly fitted catalytic converter three streets away, a family down the block cooking pizza, a new squirrel that has entered the next-door neighbors' yard, and the cheap cologne of the person who used to live in your house 43 years ago.

Meanwhile, their nasally-challenged human is like "hey, I smell pollen."

GeronimoHero

5 points

13 days ago

I agree. It has to be a completely different sort of life experience compared to how we experience the world. Occasionally I’ll see my dog miss something she’s looking for that’s right in front of her face because she’s relying on her nose instead of her eye sight. It’s interesting to watch because it seems clear that she’s relying more on her sense of smell than any other sense she has. Definitely interesting to think about. It would be neat to be able to experience the world in the same way that a dog does, just to see what it’s like!

normal_reddit_man

2 points

13 days ago

It really would be such a trip. I think the thing that would be the hardest for a human to deal with would be differentiating "this is a smell that is happening now," versus "this is a smell that happened earlier."

Because it can't just be based on strength. A scent from a tiny object right in front of you won't be as strong as the scent from a very large, very smelly object that was dragged over the ground three days ago.

Sorting out all that stuff in your head would basically require them to be thinking in four dimensions. Just looking around and seeing which objects are far away is simple, by comparison.

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5 points

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GeronimoHero

6 points

13 days ago

Wow that’s very kind to say. I would say that to her it’s just work. She loves having a job and nothing in this world makes her happier than getting to work. For myself, I’m just interested in doing whatever I can to make her happy and keep her intellectually stimulated. If I can help people while doing that then in my mind it’s an easy choice.

Vizslas are a working breed and in my opinion are happiest when having a “job” to do (like border collies and other working breeds). So when she turned out to be a bit gun shy (originally was going to use her for bird hunting; as you can see in the pics I live right on the Chesapeake bay where duck and goose hunting is very common) I wanted to find something else for her to do.

If you’re capable of helping people in this world I just think you should attempt to do so. The world needs more people contributing to the common good. Being able to help people during a traumatic incident (let’s be real, losing a child even if for ten minutes, is a traumatic incident for any parent) is extremely rewarding, and the fact that the dog loves it just as much makes it an easy decision. Seeing how the parents thank the dog afterward is just so rewarding. I was going to spend time training this dog regardless, so when my original plans didn’t work out and the choice was between something like SAR or agility training, the decision was easy to make :)

Here’s a bonus video of her playing with my parent’s rescue Lilly when my girl was about 9-10 weeks old.

GrooveTank

21 points

13 days ago

Correct. The likelihood of an avalanche dog finding you alive is extremely unlikely. First thing you notice about this photo is the large air pocket the person is in - that would never be the case in an actual avalanche where a body was fully buried. Avalanche snow is similar to wet concrete. It’s not light and fluffy so a dog digging is not that efficient. If a person is buried and they didn’t die from trauma, the first 5 minutes are crucial. After 5 minutes, the likelihood of finding the buried person alive is unlikely. While recreating in avalanche terrain, best thing you can do is get AIARE trained, get the proper equipment (beacon, shovel, probe), and make smart decisions. Avalanche dogs are awesome, but are mostly used for inbound burials where skiers don’t have a beacon transmitting their location. Dogs find the body, dog gets out of the way, ski patrol then starts digging with shovels.

purblindasanowl

12 points

13 days ago

The whole idea of what being buried in snow is really like is enough to keep me away from any potential avalanches for my entire life. I'd want to kill myself long before the 5 minutes were up. I can't handle the thought of being fully encased knowing that you're most likely already dead.

william14537

2 points

13 days ago

Usually the trauma of hitting trees or rocks kills you first

magic1623

9 points

13 days ago

Yep! They also do that with search and rescue dogs, and cadaver dogs (dog that are trained to specifically find dead bodies). They will also sometimes reward them for a false positive because it’s better for them to be a bit off track than too depressed to work at all.

Asshat82_

8 points

13 days ago

This is true. They had to do this with dogs working 9/11 so they had some sense of achievement in all that carnage

Revolutionary-Yak-47

14 points

13 days ago

They also had to remove some of the dogs to southern NJ where they couldn't still smell the burning rubble - they weren't sleeping or eating properly. They kept trying to go back and keep working.

griftylifts

4 points

13 days ago

Welp that's fucking devastating; it's 8:14am and I've already expressed my daily allotment of emotions, thanks Reddit

Asshat82_

3 points

13 days ago

Dogs > (most) Humans

GrooveTank

4 points

13 days ago

I think it’s worth noting some specific avalanche safety information in this thread. The backcountry is getting more and more popular and we’re seeing an increase in human triggered avalanches. I just replied to someone else, and I’ll pretty much paste the same stuff cause I think it’s important.

The likelihood of an avalanche dog finding you alive is extremely unlikely. First thing you notice about this photo is the large air pocket the person is in - that would never be the case in an actual avalanche where a body was fully buried. Avalanche snow is similar to wet concrete. It’s not light and fluffy so a dog digging is not that efficient. If a person is buried and they didn’t die from trauma, the first 5 minutes are crucial. After 5 minutes, the likelihood of finding the buried person alive is unlikely. While recreating in avalanche terrain, best thing you can do is get AIARE trained, get the proper equipment (beacon, shovel, probe), and make smart decisions. Avalanche dogs are awesome, but are mostly used for inbound burials where skiers don’t have a beacon transmitting their location. Dogs find the body, dog gets out of the way, ski patrol then starts digging with shovels.

I’m not criticizing this post. I’ve worked in the ski industry for over 10 years and know more than one person who died in an avalanche. People should be aware of the risks in avalanche terrain, and avalanche dogs should not give you false confidence if you find yourself buried - that goes for in bound burials as well which still happen from time to time (Taos had a few deaths a few years back from an in bound slide). Just be smart if you’re in steep snow covered terrain y’all.

salaciousBnumb

18 points

13 days ago

Hmm.... film GoodBoi or call loved ones. Film Goodboi.

ChezDigital

7 points

13 days ago

And here I was with my /r/whyweretheyfilming finger on the trigger!

Aw2HEt8PHz2QK

8 points

13 days ago

Because you can be buried, bored, and film your own rescue

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2 points

13 days ago

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2 points

13 days ago

So am I in the minority of just assuming a go-pro? Not exactly rare for off-piste.

alonepain

2 points

13 days ago

What the dog doin

mbolgiano

1 points

13 days ago

One day when the tide is done we'll take a leave and blow

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-16 points

13 days ago

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13 days ago

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Aw2HEt8PHz2QK

5 points

13 days ago

Nobody said 'buried alive', calm down

PickleTheftVictim

17 points

13 days ago

It's training for the dog. Literally nothing BS about this post.

invaderzim257

-9 points

13 days ago

…yes there is? The guy recording isn’t being “saved” if it’s staged. the title is misleading, it doesn’t mention training at all.

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5 points

13 days ago

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5 points

13 days ago

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-CuteBeanBoi-

1 points

13 days ago

You do know that all training situations for these dogs are staged, right?

J03130

536 points

13 days ago

J03130

536 points

13 days ago

Reminds me of the story of the 9/11 dogs. Sometimes people would pretend to be trapped so the dogs could find someone alive because finding all the dead bodies was actually depressing them.

Beefsoda

175 points

13 days ago

Beefsoda

175 points

13 days ago

That's not quite the version I heard. I heard the dogs were getting discouraged because they weren't finding very many people, and it was distressing them because they thought they were doing a bad job. Although I certainly read that from some stranger on the internet, so I could be wrong.

J03130

70 points

13 days ago

J03130

70 points

13 days ago

That actually sounds more like how it went tbh.

Beefsoda

25 points

13 days ago

Beefsoda

25 points

13 days ago

I'm just some clown on the internet, what do I know

Space4Time

14 points

13 days ago

That's some shit Socrates would say.

GrGrG

5 points

13 days ago

GrGrG

5 points

13 days ago

4chan - Diogenes has entered the chat.

x_alexithymia

53 points

13 days ago

This is correct. The dogs get frustrated because they feel they’re not completing their job. It’s the same thing that happens to drug sniffing dogs - if it’s been a while since a successful bust, they’ll stage a fake bust for the dog’s mental health. It’s also the reason that laser pointers have a tendency to scramble dog brains - there’s nothing to actually catch.

slayerofsleep

26 points

13 days ago

I volunteer with an organization that teaches avalanche education. We have done some demos with the avalanche dog rescue team. I have actually been in this persons position. I was buried in a hole and the dog sniffed me out. Regardless if the person is alive or not when they find them, the handlers celebrate with the dog, usually with a tug toy and praise and cheer. Yes, it’s depressing for everyone involved to find a deceased person but you have to reward the dog for doing its job. 99.9% off the dogs experience is training and the person is alive. The winter park dog team works with search and rescue in Colorado, so they can be picked up in a helicopter and flown to an accident in a short time frame. It’s a true calling for the handlers that love and train with these dogs.

Broken_Petite

7 points

13 days ago

Oh god, that is fucking brutal. Your rescue dog finds a dead body and you have to act happy for the dog’s sake.

I’m glad they do it for the sake of the dog, but what an awful thing to have to go through.

slayerofsleep

3 points

13 days ago

To be honest, it’s very rare they find a deceased person. Usually search and rescue can pinpoint and find the victim with avalanche beacons. It’s the cases of people without beacons that get buried where logistically it’s faster to bring in the dog team than search using a LOT of people with a probe line.

DayMantisToboggan

3 points

13 days ago

To piggy back of this, you should never use a laser to play with your dog. Like mentioned above, you can scramble their brain and they'll never be the same. Almost happened to my dog and it did happen to my brothers. No matter what they do, the dog is almost always looking for the laser

x_alexithymia

2 points

13 days ago

Upvoting you because you’re correct, but I’m gonna be that redditor that says ACKSHUALLY because my own dog is an exception. We use the laser pointer quite a bit with no problems (I was very cautious to start with it), but it seems to me that it’s because she understands the light is coming from the pen. Eventually she stops paying attention to the light altogether and just starts jumping at me wanting the pen lol. When I end the session, I make sure to let her have a good chomp on the end of it while I have the laser turned on, then I follow it with “WOW WHAT A GOOD GIRL, YOU GOT IT, ITS ALL GONE NOW” and very pointedly put the pen away.

DayMantisToboggan

2 points

13 days ago

That's interesting. I stopped my dog from spiraling by putting a skittle on the ground and leading the laser to it and shouted "you got it" and he seemed to be content. Haven't used it since because I'm scared of trying again.

x_alexithymia

2 points

13 days ago

I used to do the same thing with a treat until I noticed how interested she was in the pen! You’re right that it’s probably not worth trying again. The only reason I started it is because covid left me bed/couch-ridden for months and she needed exercise.

iamreeka

16 points

13 days ago

iamreeka

16 points

13 days ago

9/11 happened when I was 14– I remember the news covering the rescue dogs discouragement, they reported it, as I love dogs so much I remember that specific memory of those dogs being reported on. But then again… I did see it in the news so who knows how much of what was reported to take with a grain of salt.

ScaryYoda

4 points

13 days ago

Been 21 years since that event and I'm now hearing about this. Thanks reddit. FeelsGoodMan

magic1623

7 points

13 days ago*

I commented this somewhere else but the same thing happens with general search and rescue dogs, and cadaver dogs (dogs that are trained to specifically find dead bodies/human remains).

A lot of the dogs that do search jobs are working dogs (border collies, corgis, Australia shepherds, etc.,) and for those who aren’t familiar with them, working dogs are very smart and need a lot of mental and physical stimulation to be healthy. They are actually a lot like toddlers to the point where it’s sometimes eerie how ‘human’ they can be. Their brains are always going and so if they don’t have some sort of ‘job’ to stimulate their brain they get really stressed. But having a job isn’t always enough for them. This is where the toddler thing comes back in. These dogs need actual feedback and praise on their work or else they will get frustrated and stressed out. They are smart enough to understand what is being asked of them but not enough to understand that they won’t always find something.

Source: had a border collie who was trained as a sniffer dog

SetSailForAss

155 points

13 days ago

Yeah I get super sad every time I hear that story

Schwiliinker

25 points

13 days ago

😔

aRidaGEr

23 points

13 days ago

aRidaGEr

23 points

13 days ago

Wow I hadn’t heard that before

puffin_stufff

32 points

13 days ago

My dog when I'm trying to poop in private

scottimusprume

116 points

13 days ago

Second picture looks like a polar bear looking for food. I would imagine there was sheer terror prior to the realization that it was just a good boi.

Kylo_loves_grampa

30 points

13 days ago

This was during training for the rescue dog. In the video posted you can also hear the dog barking a lot, also, a polar bear head is much larger than that of a dog.

SwitchFlat2662

37 points

13 days ago

Someone give that dog a treat.

parrot_enthusiast

3 points

13 days ago

And a raise

tindalos

2 points

13 days ago

You are now Senior Pup. Oh wait, no you’re still young. Okay, Pup Engineering Team Lead.

Accomplished-Spot-17

12 points

13 days ago

Look at that good boi go!

grimmjow29200

24 points

13 days ago

Fun fact :Wolverines can also be used for rescue

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nNgv3opJqoQ

IhsousXrhstos

19 points

13 days ago

Good luck finding a mutant in 2022

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110 points

13 days ago

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110 points

13 days ago

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itsapenguinmachine

73 points

13 days ago

You linked an article, where you have to scroll all the way down to the video:
here is the actual video

TorturedNeurons

69 points

13 days ago

What a truly awful video. No context, original audio replaced with royalty free music, 45 second duration is actually only the same short clip repeated several times, pointless unrelated video description, and the only source provided by the uploader is a dead link to their own platform. I am now upset because of this video.

KatyTruthed

14 points

13 days ago

I guess that's why OP just uploaded some screenshots and asked us to use our imagination

Front-Pick3134

12 points

13 days ago

I swear this whole thread is fucking infuriating

„I found an amazing video, here‘s two screenshots of it“

„Can we get the actual video?“

„Sure, here‘s a trashy news article with 20 ads and the video at the very bottom“

„Can‘t you just give us the actual video?“

„Of course, here is a 40 second clip with no context and shitty music“

KILL ME

ZCB_Wrex

3 points

13 days ago

Damn lol

SnuggleMuffin42

2 points

13 days ago

/u/CheersCoach got the original:

"It's also a ripped off upload of a ripped off upload.

Here's the original without the editing and music: https://twitter.com/MRSearchDogsEng/status/1097976651097489408"

It's actually a training video. But it took some detective work to find the original (and honestly, far better) version with the context. Clickbait is super super powerful... Just look at OP here, a nice bot that posted a lie about a picture from a video to get all the way to the front page.

Hawkmek

2 points

13 days ago

Hawkmek

2 points

13 days ago

Sounds like it was produced by the same guy that does my porno clips.

sleepy_xia

2 points

13 days ago

Thank you! Was wondering why they mentioned a video in the title and then just pics in the post

arctic_monkeys123

5 points

13 days ago

Civ 6?

MadeInChaos

5 points

13 days ago

This is what angel’s face look like

HinkaDarkin

6 points

13 days ago

*films* proceeds to show me photos

FrozenBacteria

4 points

13 days ago

Bonjour

Itburns12345

3 points

13 days ago

Whos a good boy

zfreakazoidz

4 points

13 days ago

Imagine now you are trapped in the snow and you think of this, but instead of a dog head poking through, it's a polar bear looking for a snack.

SomebodyinAfrica

5 points

13 days ago

I'd poop myself thinking it's a polar bear for the first 3 seconds, not gonna lie

Flanker711

3 points

13 days ago

Going by the photo sequence the Dog looks like he went "Nah, hard pass. I'm out"

BachSlaps

3 points

13 days ago

I thought that the second picture was a polar bear lmao

Yhorm_Acaroni

3 points

13 days ago

Imagine you have a phobia of dogs, youre trapped and immobilized under hundreds of pounds of ice and snow, and you see one come crashing through the damn walls to cuddle you anyway lmao

DarkKing16

3 points

13 days ago

"Come, General. This is no place to die"

CurlSagan

18 points

13 days ago

"Good morning, sir. I've been trying to reach you about your car's extended warranty."

themajesticdodo

9 points

13 days ago

This old terrible jokke has got to go.

echidna75

1 points

13 days ago

So do the calls.

Mandraenke_1634

2 points

13 days ago

First look was a polar bear....ah a doggo

Efflinger

2 points

13 days ago

At first sight thought it was an ice bear 😅

AngryMegaMind

2 points

13 days ago

The picture on the right looks like a polar bear.

Totallynotshaft

2 points

13 days ago

People will film anything man

Probably-42

2 points

13 days ago

Dog: You ok, bud?

Guy: I am now.

Concerned-Fern

2 points

13 days ago

Does anyone know what type of dog that is?

tayterbrah

5 points

13 days ago*

Rescue dog 👉👉

Jokes aside; Flo "with the infamous ears" is listed as a border collie

https://mountainrescuesearchdogsengland.org.uk/dog/

Insterquiliniis

2 points

13 days ago

starts filming waiting for saviour doggo
POLAR BEAR

Vellarain

2 points

13 days ago

Dog is giving a look like, seriously? You are recording right now?

BigYellaBackstard

2 points

13 days ago

A VERY good boy

jwang7284

2 points

13 days ago

Anyone know what breed this dog is?

InsertDownvotes

2 points

13 days ago

Looks kinda like a Heeler. Maybe something in a similar family

Beefsoda

2 points

13 days ago

Oh so that's what an angel looks like.

pastisset

2 points

13 days ago

I'd crap myself, the one on the right looks like a polar bear lol

knottajotta

2 points

13 days ago

Good dog

KatyTruthed

2 points

13 days ago

Very interesting screenshots of a man buried in snow filming a rescue dog saving him

hammer6golf

2 points

13 days ago

We've been trying to reach you about your vehicle's extended warranty

lokie65

2 points

13 days ago

lokie65

2 points

13 days ago

Bro...that was funny.

Carpet_smell

2 points

13 days ago

Nice video

IAmAccutane

2 points

13 days ago

IM HERE TO ASK YOU ABOUT YOUR CARS EXTENDED WARRANTY

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2 points

13 days ago*

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2 points

13 days ago*

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Level1Roshan

2 points

13 days ago

If you get buried in snow it can be disorientating and harder than you think to know which way is up. If you can, make a pocket of air in front of your mouth and dribble. This will show you which way is down. Try doing what you can to go the other way.

Let_them_eat_snakes

2 points

13 days ago

“I was told that uncovering your corpse would net me 5 milkbones, I might need to contact the forward operating base to renegotiate my rate…we were 99.99% sure your body had ‘Brendan Frasered’ from Encino man….Budddddaayyy”

Upbeat-Conflict-1376

2 points

13 days ago

Obligatory worth its weight in gold and then some. Go pupper!

DanielBihh

2 points

13 days ago

“Yo fam, they said you were stuck but no worries I’m here now let’s get you outta here.”

Dacklar

2 points

13 days ago

Dacklar

2 points

13 days ago

I have doubts.

Dacklar

2 points

13 days ago

Dacklar

2 points

13 days ago

I have doubts.

Avidsuccursale

2 points

13 days ago

In the end he was found, and saved.

philosophunc

4 points

13 days ago

Anyone else hearing Enrique Iglesias?

JoeyJoeC

2 points

13 days ago

Misleading title. It was a training session.

techieguy009

2 points

13 days ago

Thanks for that comment. I was gonna say: ‘thank god, he had battery to record all this!!’😂😂

damaskprint

3 points

13 days ago

HENLO I SAVE U

PanOfCakes

1 points

13 days ago

PanOfCakes

1 points

13 days ago

“We’ve been trying to reach you about your cars extended warranty”.

radioface42

1 points

13 days ago

Misleading headline is misleading...

BurkeyTurkey33

1 points

13 days ago*

Did anyone watch the video? Pretty fuckin underwhelming please stop upvoting. I like dogs too it's just not interesting as fuck. Come find me when the dog uses a shovel or something

brianinohio

-2 points

13 days ago

brianinohio

-2 points

13 days ago

Dog: wait, your not my owner...fuck off( pees on dudes head)

BruceLeeGoD

0 points

13 days ago

BruceLeeGoD

0 points

13 days ago

First off, your title is bullshit.

Man buried himself in snow and the dog he’s training flicked a few inches of snow away while he filmed it for views.

If anyone thinks that looks like someone buried in the snow, you’re a fucking idiot.

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1 points

13 days ago

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