Family dog diverts bee swarm, saves allergic boy

09/2/2010 | WJW-TV (Cleveland)

An 18-week-old boxer puppy in Kent, Ohio, is being lauded as a heroine after saving her family's 9-year-old son from a swarm of bees that could have proved deadly. The pup named Pinky rushed the bees when she saw they had begun biting the boy, who is allergic and also has a condition that keeps his blood from clotting correctly. The insects left him behind as they swarmed onto the dog, giving the child a chance to run inside.

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