Woman saves puppy strangled by a carpet python with bare hands. Viral rescue video

A 10-week-old puppy was rescued by its hooman after they found him being strangled by a carpet python. The dog suffered a bruised lung and was given heavy painkillers by the vet

A 10-week-old puppy, Wally, escapes a python Photo: Facebook/SunshineCoastSnakeCatchers

A video of a woman saving her puppy from a carpet python with her bare hands has gone viral online. The python was trying to strangle the animal when the dog owner rushed to its rescue, and the video of the act has been widely shared across social media platforms.


According to Daily Mail, the 10-week-old puppy, named Wally, had a lucky escape from the jaws of a two-metre-long carpet python, after dog’s hooman heard it howling in pain.

Watch the rescue video:


Kelly Morris, who is from Sunshine Coast, Queensland in Australia, was upstairs inside her house when she heard her dog in pain. So, she and her family ran to see what was wrong. When they reached downstairs, they found a snake wrapped around Wally’s torso and neck before ‘latching onto’ his face in their garden.

Luckily, the family was able to grab the python and slowly uncoil it from the tail end, all the way to the head. In the process, Kelly was also bit by the snake, but according to Sunshine Coast Snake Catchers’ Facebook page, she was fine.

“We heard a horrible sound and we thought he might have fallen or got stuck so we ran downstairs, and it was like something from a horror movie. There was fluid everywhere, he’d weed and pooed himself and there was blood everywhere. Not very much was going through my mind. I just found the snake’s head and held onto it so it couldn’t get me,” Kelly told the ABC.

After the couple rescued their pet, they put the snake into a pillowcase and rushed their dog to an emergency vet, as Wally’s eyes were rolling back into the back of his head. Wally suffered a bruised lung and was given heavy painkillers by the vet, according to the Daily Mail.

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