Smart dog rescues newborn baby after being buried alive by mother in Thailand

A newborn nearly died after he was buried alive by his teen mother but thankfully, a hero dog rescued him just in time. A 6-year-old canine named Ping Pong was sniffing around a farmer’s field in Ban Nong Kham village in Korat, Thailand Last Wednesday, the dog suddenly started digging a hole in a place.

His owner, 41-year-old Usa Nisaika, then noticed a calf protruding from the world. Usa later frantically dug up the newborn, and he rushed the newborn to the hospital. Luckily, the newborn was declared to not sustained any serious injuries by the doctors.

The police soon arrested a 15-year-old girl, who was reported to be the newborn’s mother. The teenage girl was charged with serious abandonment and attempted murder. The teen’s parents have decided to boost the baby. Succeeding the rescue of the newborn, locals have hailed Ping Pong as a hero.

According to its owner, Ping Pong who was hit by a car when he was only a puppy is loved by the whole village. After the accident, Ping Pong only has three working legs. In spite of his inability, Ping Pong proves to be obedient and helpful to everyone. “I kept him because he’s so loyal and obedient, and always helps me out once I attend the fields to tend to my cattle,” Usa told Khao Sod. “He’s loved by the whole village. It’s amazing he found the baby.”

Ping Pong is now the pride of Ban Nong Kham village!

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