Florida Fish and Wildlife Officer Greg Bryson Saves Distressed Pug From Drowning

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grateful owner, pug were soon happily reunited

While FWC officers and biologists are fairly used to rescues, sometimes even they get surprised by what critters need their help. Such was the case when Officer Greg Bryson was called out to help with a manatee rescue and spotted something strange in the water, a lost pug.

While FWC officers and biologists are fairly used to rescues, sometimes even they get surprised by what critters need their help. Such was the case when Officer Greg Bryson was called out to help with a manatee rescue and spotted something strange in the water, a lost pug.

While FWC officers and biologists are fairly used to rescues, sometimes even they get surprised by what critters need their help.

Such was the case when Officer Greg Bryson was called out to help with a manatee rescue and spotted something strange in the water.

There near the mangroves was a small dog, so exhausted it was barely able to move.

One of the biologists swam out and rescued the poor pooped pug.

Officer Bryson asked local residents if they knew anything about the dog, and one of them brought him a flyer.

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The very grateful owner and pug were soon happily reunited.

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