The ultimate Retriever! Clever dog uses a rope chew toy to pull his sister out of swimming pool after she falls in

  • Labrador Retriever throws his sister a rope after she falls into a swimming pool 
  • He then heaves her out of the water as they both hold the rope toy in their teeth
  • Footage was filmed by Aaron Tucker from the Daytona Beach area of Florida

This is the heartwarming moment a Labrador Retriever saves his sister after she falls into a swimming pool. 

Footage captured by retired firefighter paramedic Aaron Tucker from Daytona Beach, Florida, shows his brother’s dog throw the end of a rope chew toy to his sibling as she struggles to pull herself to safety. 

With his sister holding onto one end of the rope in her jaws and him holding onto the other, the dog heaves her out of the water. 

Aaron Tucker from the Daytona Beach area of Florida watches as the Labrador Retriever throws a rope chew toy to his sister


The pair of dogs near the edge of the pool before one of them falls in and is unable to get out

During the clip, which was shared online on September 27, the dogs stand near the edge of the pool before one of them falls in.

The pooch finds an orange chew toy by the side of the pool and throws it over to his sister who desperately tries to bite onto it. 

After she loses her grip on the toy, the Labrador throws the rope to her once more as Mr Tucker commentates: ‘You’re going to grab this thing and then I’m going to pull you out.’

As the Labrador Retriever heaves his sister out of the pool, Mr Tucker continues to with his comic commentary, saying: ‘Oh my god you’re heavy, you got to go on a diet I’m not kidding. 

‘There you go now you’re safe!’

The dog throws the rope to his sister once more and she desperately tries to bite down on it 

The Labrador Retriever manages to heave his sister out of the pool and back onto dry land 

Mr Tucker, who runs the dog training business Florida K9, is a cadaver K9 handler who also teaches tactical medics and emergency medical responders how to treat dogs. 

In 2010, he was a guest speaker at the SOMA convention in Tampa where he spoke about K9 emergency medicine.

He also received an award from the U.S. State Department for his help in the creation of a K9 program in Kabul, Afghanistan in 2013. 

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