A deer got lost in a small town in North Carolina. The curious kid came out of the forest, but couldn’t find his way back to his mother. The deer was very upset and did not know what to do.
Along the way, he meets an apprentice policeman who decides to help him. German Shepherd Iris is 7 months old and training for the police. Iris went for a walk with the owner, on the street, she noticed a deer, which rushed in not knowing what to do next.
Adrian Florence, the owner of Iris, takes her every morning on the Southern Pines trail. That morning, they finished their walk much earlier, because a small deer followed them.
Perhaps, noticing Iris, the baby decided that she was his mother, so he immediately went after the dog. The shepherd realized that the deer was scared and needed help. Iris walked over to the fawn and tried to calm him down.
The kid immediately imbued himself with confidence in the dog, he was glad that there was someone who would help him. The fawn started snuggling up to Iris, kissing and petting her. The dog immediately responded to his displays of love. Iris stood next to the deer for almost an hour, calming and protecting it, it helped the baby remembered how to get home.
Iris turned out to be a born protector, her owner knowingly choosing the career of a police dog for her. The photo shows how happy the deer is that there is a strong and kind iris nearby.