There are a bunch of VERY good boys in Irvington, New York!
Irvington, for those that don't know, is a ritzy suburb in Westchester County, New York, about 20 miles north of mid-town Manhattan.
Earlier this month, Tim Yuriev was walking along a trail there with his dog when he saw two other dogs trying to cross a lake that had iced over.
The dogs fell through the ice, in different spots, and were furiously paddling to try to get out, but they couldn't, they gave up and rested their head on the ice, and if they didn't get help quick, they would surely drown!
Tim couldn't watch that happen, so, even though it was pretty, pretty cold, he was confident he could save them, so he undressed down to his skivvies and got to work.
He went into the water and broke a path in the ice for the first dog closest to the shore...and guess what, his OWN dog helped him!
When that dog was safely on shore, he and his dog, entered the water again to break a path for the second dog to swim to shore.
Amazingly, everyone made it back to the shore safe and sound!
The dog's owner was so thankful to Tim and his pup for saving her dogs, apparently, they had gotten away from her while out on a walk and took it upon themselves to try to cross the lake.
Thankfully, Tim and his pup were in the right place at the right time!
WHOSE A GOOD BOY?!