Surprising video showing a dog meeting a snake in the backyard of the house. Whoever managed to save him was Bruce Ireland, a snake hunter – and famous for living in it, in the San Diego region of the United States.
Bruce posted the video on his TikTok that shows the unusual game between a dog and a snake, which has been identified as a gopher, a non-venomous species. The owner of the animal called the hunter so that none of the animals got hurt, and everything ended up being fine.
Ireland told Newsweek that it arrived at the scene when the snake’s mouth was stuck in the dog’s mouth, while the rest of its body was wrapped around the dog’s face.
The content, posted on August 2, has, so far, more than 3.3 million views and around 268,000 likes on TikTok, however, the issue occurred in April.
In the caption, the American described: “Whenever they call me, it’s for something interesting and this was a classic. Dog and snake are fine because a lot of people were surprised by the pup’s condition.”
Those who watched the video were surprised. There are many comments joking about the situation: “If it is not a rope, then why is it in the form of a rope?” , said one netizen, referring to the dog’s hypothetical thinking. Another commented: “The snake must have been thinking: Am I… am I dead?”
What happened was a combination of luck and experience, as on his website Bruce claims that his serpentine service is professional, although free. Currently, Party Hunting is available in all coastal areas of northern San Diego to resettle these unwanted animals.
The snake hunter works with a small group of volunteers who take it upon themselves to transport this type of animal. The idea is to put them in remote places where they can live safely and soundly.
He explained what might have gone wrong with the dog-snake encounter: “The dog uses his nose during investigation. And that’s what he does: he puts his nose in something that smells weird, looks weird, looks weird. Not cats. The first thing cats do is kick you and jump back.” “.
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