In the following story we will show you how a group of cyclists were right there at the right time to rescue a dog with a dirty plastic bottle that completely covered the head. The poor dog would have choked with the plastic bottle stuck to his head. But fortunately she met an angel on two wheels. The other day David Velazquez was going for a bike ride with several friends in Mexico, and something on the road caught their attention. There, on the outskirts of the city, the dog was in trouble. His head was trapped in a plastic bottle and he appeared to be calling for help.
“At first he didn’t understand what was going on because he was crying,” Velazquez said. “We knew we had to help.” Having stopped the bikes, Velazquez and his colleagues watched the dogs cautiously approached them. In a video posted on social media, a group of cyclists approach the dog whose head is completely covered with a dirty, discarded plastic bottle.
The man tries to get the bottle out, but a young girl rescues the dog and carefully removes the bottle from the dog’s head while she removes the plastic to free the dog. Lopez’s daughter was right there at the right time to help the poor puppy. The pleasant reaction of the released dog was also captured on camera. Velázquez said: “It was full of joy. It’s unclear where the dog came from and how it got into such a mess. But one thing was clear.
If Velázquez and his friends did not find the dog in time, his chances of survival were slim. And he seemed to know it. Bikers wanted to do more in case the dog gets lost, but it didn’t last long. The dog ran away after saying “Thanks to us. The dog was very grateful and happy.”
Have a look at the video for more! It took a while for the cyclists to help the dog, but it was very necessary for the grateful dog. Afterwards, the dog dances in front of the rescuers, thanking the little girl who runs to pet him, and jumping over it with joy. Let us know your thoughts on the video and do not hesitate to spread out the video to your friends and family on social media.