Dog That Lost Her Snout While Saving Two Girls Dies In Her Sleep At 13
We all know that dogs can accomplish wonderful things, but every now and then they have the chance to show it off in spectacular fashion.
For example, Kabang stopped two young girls from being hit by a motorcycle. It occurred in the Philippines in 2012, and we sorry to inform you that Kabang has died.
The statement was made by the dog’s veterinarian, Dr. Anton Lim, who stated that Kabang died quietly in her sleep. Her owner died away in 2015, and she has been in the care of a veterinarian since then.
Kabang was born in 2008 and went to stardom in 2012 after saving two toddlers from being hit by a bike. Unfortunately, the snout of the small dog was lost in the process.
Because of what this small dog performed, she was dubbed the ambassador of dogwill and an official icon of pet ownership. She was also a vocal critic of animal abuse.
Kabang was taken to the United States for snout repair after her actions were publicized throughout the world.
She was treated at the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine, according to CBS13.
They not only repaired her snout during the five-hour treatment, but they also treated other concerns.
Kabang lived for 13 years, which is a very long period for a dog. She will be greatly missed.