Three-year-old Kenai is a Golden Retriever. To allow the hairy one to play and smell everything she encounters, Pam and her owner like taking long walks.
The dog saved a life during a stroll they will never forget, and Pam is anxious to tell the tale.
It was really chilly as they took a stroll along a river’s edge. The owner of the Golden saw that her pet was refusing to play and got concerned.
Kenai sniffed around the area for a while before starting to bark in the direction of a riverside. Pam was initially confused by what was happening, but after some time she realized the small dog wouldn’t quit until she received her attention.
Up until they discovered a wounded bald eagle sleeping in the snow, they approached slowly. He made an attempt to fly, but failed.
Pam felt compelled to help her, but as soon as he saw the dog, he began to flee, making difficult progress through the snow.
After Kenai and her owner had left, Pam couldn’t stop thinking about the dejected bird. She decided to bring her dog back the following day.
The quick Kenai found the injured eagle in a matter of minutes, but this time Pam kept a greater distance so as not to scare the animal.
He alerted the Department of Natural Resources, which quickly sent a team of specialists.
After further investigations, it was found that the eagle’s shoulders had also been fractured in addition to having frozen wings.
They carried her to a safe place and watched over her. At that point, they knew the poor bird was poisoned with lead.
Despite the fact that her health was not looking good, Keani and her owner managed to find her just in time. After helping the stunning bird through a difficult few days, veterinarians predicted that she would fully recover.