A man who jumped into the Hudson River to save his dog.

Definitely, any dog lover will do everything to protect their pet. In the last few days, a kind man showed the world how far someone can go for the sake of his dog. It took a brave man to put his own life at risk to save his little friend from drowning.

When a man fell into the Hudson River on Saturday, a rescue team from the NYPD was quick to help him get out of there. It turns out that the New Yorker jumped in to save his dog when he fell into the water. Fortunately, both the brave owner and his poor dog are now safe and sound.

On Saturday afternoon, some people say that a 28-year-old man was seen jumping into the river near 43rd Street and 12th Avenue. Though he could save his small dog from drowning, the man had a hard time getting back to the shore. Firefighters have been called.

“Great work by #NYPD Harbor and ESU rescuing a man who jumped into the Hudson River to get his dog that fell into the water,” the police wrote on Twitter. The man was able to get his dog back. “The male could not return to land, so the man and his dog were quickly taken to safety.”

It was a great job by the #NYPD Harbor and the ESU to save a man and his dog from drowning in the Hudson River. The male could not return to land, so the man and his dog were quickly taken to safety.

The officers said that the dog’s leash may have been too long, and that’s why the dog fell into the river. Many people thought the man was fearless. It is against the law for a pet to be walked in public with a leash longer than six feet.

h.t: nypost

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