Here is a positive Pit Bull story that will warm your heart even more to them. These kids were being attacked by bee’s when their Pit dragged them out. Check it out…
OREGON CITY, Ore. (KPTV/CNN) — An Oregon family says their pit bull is a hero.
It all started when some kids stepped on a bee hive while walking in the woods.
Jesse-Cole Shaver, 8, was with his sisters and other neighborhood kids, exploring a creek down a steep embankment behind their Oregon City apartment complex, when one of the kids stepped into a rotten log, unleashing swarms of bees.
Jesse-Cole’s big sister Jasmine was stung five times – in what could have been a deadly encounter because she’s allergic to bees. She got two injections from an EpiPen to prevent her body from swelling in reaction to the stings.
“It felt like a bunch of needles went into my skin, and I didn’t know what was going on until the girl started yelling, ‘Bees!’,” Jasmine said.
Little Jesse-Cole was stung at least 24 times.
He couldn’t make it back up this hill to safety on his own. But luckily, their pit bull Hades came to the rescue.
“Hades saw me and came and she dragged me up to the grass and then stopped and let me crawl on her back and then took me to mom,” Jesse-Cole said.
“I just heard a bunch of screaming, then I saw my dog dragging my son up by his pants,” his mom said.
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