Jade the German Shepherd Saves Baby Girl
Baby Named in Honor
This is a lovely, true story about a German Shepherd named “Jade” and a baby girl he found in a park one cold morning, abandoned.
After Jade found the baby girl, he led Roger Wilday, a 68 year-old retired engineer, to her. The baby had been stuffed into a bag, only a few hours old, and with the umbilical cord still attached. Mr. Wilday immediately called authorities and within minutes police and an ambulance arrived at the park.
The infant, now known as “Baby Jade,” was named after her four-legged furry hero, who is likely responsible for saving her life.
In memory of my German Shepherd, Star. Died 10/2013, 14 years old.
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