Mr. Suriyan Janket shared photos of his deceased pitbull lying near a dead snake in Pathum Thani on Facebook earlier this week.
We all know that a dog is a man’s most loyal companion. Nong Horm, a two-year-old Pitbull, demonstrated this once again when he gave his life to defend his owner from a dangerous serpent.
The cobra is one of the most dangerous snakes on the planet. Its venom is so powerful that it can kill an elephant in as little as three hours.
Suriyon Chanthakhet, 51, the dog’s owner, said the dog was “faithful” and sacrificed her life for them.
Mr. Suriyan Janket shared images of his deceased pit bull lying near a dead snake in Pathum Thani on Facebook earlier this week.
Nong Horm was laying next to a 4-foot snake in the front yard, and its owner Buncherd was laying next to a dying pit bull that had been bitten numerous times in the area.
After fending off a cobra that was attempting to break into a family’s home, a brave pet dog perished.
“Nong Hom,” a two-year-old pit dog, was three months pregnant when she came found the cobra slithering near the family’s rooster coop. She got into a fight with the unwanted visitor as a result of her instincts and was bitten in the month, culminating in the disaster.
No one was home at the time of the occurrence, Mr. Janket informed Amarin TV. Their other pitbull, who lived with them, went outside to play as well.
When he went home in the evening, his neighbor informed him that they had discovered a dead snake in front of their house. As a result, he dashed over to Nong Hom, who was already dead.
The monocled cobra was nearing the end of its life after being bitten by the protecting dog.
In one of the images, Mr. Janket is shown clutching Nong Hom’s body on the ground, demonstrating how much he loved her. He also mentioned that his daughter did not take this well, as she spent the entire evening crying and hugging her deceased fuzzy friend.
Since then, the post has received over 16,000 shares and 2,500 comments, the most of which have expressed heartfelt condolences to the family. Many of them had canine friends of their own.
It’s not the first time a dog has been commended for successfully repelling a snake.