Doberman saves toddler from poisonous snake

 
Doberman saves toddler from poisonous snake
Horrified parents watched when the Doberman picked up Charlotte by the diaper and without warning tossed her across the yard. But he had a reason.

Kahn, the Doberman, had been abused and abandoned by his owner. The Svilicic family adopted him and brought him home to live with them and their 17-month-old daughter Charlotte. A full grown Doberman can weigh between 75-100 pounds. An average 17-month-old toddler tips the scales at 25-30 pounds.

Four days after Kahn had started to live with the Svilicic family, he and Charlotte were playing outside in the backyard. So far, the two had been getting along great. Catherine Svilicic, Charlotte’s mom, was outside watching them play.

Catherine saw that Kahn all of a sudden was getting aggressive and was pushing Charlotte around the yard.

Without warning, Kahn picked up Charlotte up by the diaper and tossed her across the yard. Catherine was horrified, but she soon saw what the problem was – a poisonous snake was in the yard and had been heading toward Charlotte – Kahn had just saved her life!

He wasn’t trying to hurt her at all. For his efforts, Kahn was bitten by the snake moments after he got Charlotte out of the way, but he was given an anti-venom shot and has made a full recovery!

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