In order to protect the flock of sheep, Casper, an American shepherd dog, did not hesitate to fight with 11 wild wolves by himself. His heroic deed raised more than 450,000 yuan.

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[Instant News/Comprehensive Report] In order to protect the flock of sheep, a shepherd dog Casper (Casper) in Georgia, the United States, did not hesitate to fight with 11 wild wolves by himself. He fought hard and killed 8 wild wolves The wolf, but was dragged away by other wild wolves in the end. After many days, it was seriously injured and returned to its owner. The heroic deeds were reported by the media and touched many netizens. It also raised more than 15,000 US dollars (about 450,000 NT dollars) in nursing fees .

According to comprehensive foreign media reports, Casper is a 20-month-old great pyrenees (Pyrenees mountain dog). The owner John (John Wierwiller) said that his flock was unharmed under the protection of Casper, but Casper After fighting for half an hour, he was bruised, the ground was covered with blood, part of Casper's tail was ripped off, and he was dragged into the forest by two wild wolves. Prepare for the worst.

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Unexpectedly, two days after disappearing, Casper walked back to the farm with serious injuries. His right eye was covered with blood, and there were large lacerations on his neck and back.

John said he looked at Casper and felt like, "Boss, don't look at how bad I am, just take care of me."

Casper was taken to the local LifeLine Animal Project (LifeLine Animal Project) for sutures and tail amputation surgery. Due to his serious injuries, Casper needed long-term care. The LifeLine Animal Project set up a special fundraising account for this. Its heroic story After being reported on the Internet by the owner's po and reported by local media, more than US$15,000 has been donated so far.

In order to protect the flock of sheep, Casper, an American shepherd dog, did not hesitate to fight with 11 wild wolves by himself. His heroic deed raised more than 450,000 yuan.

(Taken from the owner John Wierwiller Facebook)