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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5 thoughts on “Jade the German Shepherd Saves Baby Girl”
What a beautiful and inspiring heartwarming story!
Dogs are so amazing! I love them so much….this is a sad, but good story in the end. It’s sad that someone would do that to their baby. I really hope that she is adopted by a very loving family. Thank God for sending that dog to save her! Beautiful 🙂
Wow, this is quite a story – sad and uplifting all at the same time. Thank you for sharing this powerful post!
WOW – Awesome story!!! Love some Good News – thanks for sharing the awesomeness!
We had a German Shepherd when I was just old enough to crawl. Her name was Heidi. I can tell many stories of Heidi’s heroics with the 7 siblings but I’ll only tell my story.
My mother put me outside in a penned in area and went back into the house to get some toys. Unfortunately she left the gate open. I crawled out into the street as a car came speeding down it. Heidi grabbed me by the diaper and pulled me back before the car got to me. The man who lived on the opposite side of the street had had a stroke that left him unable to walk. . . he watched in horror as the even unfolded. If not for Heidi, I wouldn’t be here or even gotten to the point where I learned to walk!! Shepherds are so loyal and very defensive of their family.
Thanks for a heart warming post!