A pair of friends were just having a good time while exploring an abandoned water park when two dogs started staring at them. They thought they just wanted to greet them, but it turned out to be a cry for help.
Trevor Costelloe was a Youtube vlogger that posted his daily life. He was walking around San Diego when he and his friend Dave found an abandoned water park.
As they arrived, they looked around and saw that the place was completely empty. The past few days have been raining nonstop, and most of the pools there were almost full of water.
In the distance, Trever noticed a big white dog that was staring at him. He was unsure whether it was safe to go near the dog, but it was evident that the dog was trying to get his attention.
Dave went ahead and walked close to the dog. Out of nowhere, another black dog came trailing behind the white one, and the two of them walked towards Dave.
The dogs didn’t seem to mean any harm and looked really friendly. Trevor thought they just wanted to say hi, but they soon realized there was a bigger reason they came over.
The dogs started leading them to the other side of the park. As they were walking, Trevor noticed something moving frantically inside a pool. Then he rushed over and saw another dog-paddling nonstop.
The dog looked like he was drowning, and Trevor quickly attempted to pull him out of the pool. Luckily, he was able to get the dog out.
The two other dogs started circling the dog that was in the water. It looked like he was asking them if he was alright.
The third dog was shaking while drying himself off. Trevor could not believe what happened and was left utterly speechless for a few minutes.
If Trevor and Dave didn’t come to the park to film and explore that day, the dog could’ve drowned. The dog looked like he barely had any strength left and was trying his best to get his head above the water.
The two friends were at the right place at the right time. They wouldn’t have been able to do it without the dog’s friends.
Watch the heartwarming video below:
Video Source: The Dodo via Youtube