A hero dog saved the life of a newborn baby that was buried alive by his teenage mother in Thailand. Ping Pong's bravery story has gone viral with people hailing the animal's step in rescuing a child. The baby boy was abandoned his 15-year-old mother who was trying to hiding her pregnancy from her parents. The dog's owner s owner Usa Nisaika said that the dog was digging a field and he noticed that a baby's leg was sticking out of the earth. Ping Pong has only three functional legs. Pet Dog Saves Girl From Getting Raped In Sagar District of Madhya Pradesh; Accused Arrested By Police.
The incident occurred in Korat's Ban Nong Kham village which located in the northeastern part of the country on Wednesday. Seeing a baby leg, Usa quickly dug up the earth to find a baby weighing almost 2.3 kg. He was immediately rushed to the hospital where doctors said that the child had not suffered any serious injuries. Pet Dog Wakes Up Families in Time to Save Them From Devastating Fire, Dies in Cylinder Blast.
Usa said the dog's heroic story has spread throughout the village with people applauding its action. Following the incident, the teenage mother was arrested for attempt to murder. She told police that she buried the baby as she did not want her parents to find out about her pregnancy or the child. Following the incident, the girl's parents offered to take care of the baby, but the authorities denied.
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The Mirror quoted Usa as saying, "I have had Ping Pong since he was born and he has always been very loyal and obedient. When he was younger a car hit him and his back leg was injured. He cannot use it but he still helps me when I'm herding cows." New York Dog Dies Saving Couple From Massive Fire, Owners in Deep Pain.
Nakhon Ratchasima Governor Wichian Chantharanothai said, "A team of police and government welfare workers needs to consider the safety of the children." Governor Wichian added saying, "Police officers are preparing to prosecute the mother but she is also a child and we must consider her mind and be professional. It is important that she is nurtured and treated fairly."