Siblings love is a bittersweet relationship. At one moment they might be chasing each other with whatever they get their hands on, and next moment they might be saving their favourite candies. But this boy almost gave his life to save his sister from an attacking dog.
Like a hero, 6-year-old Bridger stood between his younger sister and a charging dog. He was bitten by the beast multiple times on his face and head, but still managed to grab his sister's hand and ran off to safety.
The story was shared on instagram by Bridget's aunt, she quoted him saying "if someone had to die I thought it should be me". Bridger is home resting after receiving up to 90 stitches from a well trained plastic surgeon.
She also added that the dog's owners have been kind to the little hero and his family. "We feel no resentment toward them at all, and if anything, there’s only been an increase of love between our families as a result of this incident," she wrote.
Dear pet owners, most especially dog owners, if you know your dog is a wild one, kindly put a leash on it. We ve had enough of the dog attack human stories.
I was once a victim too, the owner of the dog couldn't even come closer to put a hold on the dog while it attacked me, the idiot was busy shouting "beyounce beyounce". It's not a must you rear wild dogs, and if you must PUT A LEASH ON IT!!
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