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How far would you go for your pet? If you are like many dog owners out there, you’d jump through fire to rescue man’s best friend.

One dog owner in India definitely proved that he would do anything for his pet. When his pup got gripped by a huge python, he jumped into action.

Via AWM:

The python is uniquely wrapped around the dog’s body, leaving the pup incapable of making even the slightest move. The dog is pinned down by the bulging snake, until the owner gets involved and starts hitting the reptile with a branch. At first it doesn’t appear that the snake is going to give in to the owner’s fury, but soon the python unwinds himself from the dog’s body and the dog slowly gets up. You can’t help but feel horrible for the poor pup. Surely his life flashed before his eyes. But, he simply gets up and walks away before letting out a bark. NOW, he shows the snake who is boss!

The python finally slithered off into the woods, on a mission to find his next source of food. While this is a pretty uncommon incident to occur in most parts of the world, it is shockingly common in India. Dogs definitely need to be looked after closely when out in nature if they ever decide to explore the wooded areas of India.

Several of the commenters weren’t too impressed by how slow the dog’s owner was moving, and it didn’t help that he seemed to have time to film the incident as it was going on…

“Hmm my dog is getting choked , lets grab a camera and film it.”

“Who thought to first FILM it and THEN help the dog?”

“If that was my dog, that python would be dead. End of story.”

“If that was my dog i wouldn’t hit the snake with a branch, I would grab the kitchen knife and start skinning and chopping the snake alive.”

And some found the humor in witnessing the dog bark AFTER the snake slithered off…

“Then he had the nerve to bark!”

And we’ve certainly seen several videos where dogs have come to the rescue of their human owners…

“If the owner was getting eaten, dog would’ve risked his life trying to save him without hesitation. When dog is getting eaten, get the camera first.”