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When A Dog Saves A Baby Bird, He Decides To Become Her Big Brother

Hiro, this sweet dog, has always been a nice boy.

But he recently demonstrated exactly how good he is once again.


Hiro and his owner, Viviana Davila, were relaxing in their backyard in Puerto Rico last month when the alert dog saw something on the ground near the fence line. Hiro stood up to examine the situation more closely.

He’d discovered something — or, more accurately, someone — and wanted Davila to know about it.

“Hiro was licking something on the grass, which I observed. Hiro licked it and stared at me, then repeated the process by licking it and staring at me “The Dodo spoke with Davila. “That alerted me to the fact that something was wrong, and I contacted Hiro.”

Looking down, Davila noticed Hiro had discovered a young bird in distress.

“I grabbed a towel and lifted her up right away,” Davila added. “She was helpless and defenseless.”

Hiro was the one who had saved her life. But he would go on to do much more.


Davila found that the bird, a fledgling Quaker parrot, was paraplegic after falling from her nest, after contacting a veterinarian. That meant she had a slim chance of surviving in the wild, and if Hiro hadn’t found her in time, she would have died on the ground.

The young bird, on the other hand, proved to be a formidable opponent. Davila gave her the nickname Hope as a result of this.

“In such instances, the vet advises clients to put them to sleep,” she added. “However, he was taken aback by Hope’s determination to live a better life.”


Davila made the decision to accept Hope into her family and provide the best care she could. She’s been feeding the bird on a regular basis and doing her best to keep her warm and happy, as directed by the vet.

“She’s doing much better after a week and a half,” Davila added. “Hiro has contributed to that endeavor. He hasn’t left her side from the beginning.”


Hiro has been working hard to ensure Hope’s heart heals while she settles into her new home and her body becomes stronger every day.

“Nothing matters to him now because he has a new mission in life: to look for Hope,” Davila explained.


Hiro may now be found wherever Hope goes.

As a result, a lovely friendship between the bird and the dog has formed.


“Having Hope and caring for her has been a fantastic experience,” Davila said. “She teaches us about endurance every day, and Hiro about empathy and being a nice living thing and friend,” says the narrator.

Hope now has a loving home thanks to Hiro.


With Hiro by her side, Hope should be able to continue to thrive.

“We consider it a privilege to have Hiro,” Davila added. “Despite the fact that he has always been a wonderful child, we are really pleased of his progress and grateful to have accepted his honorable soul.”