To rescue of a St. Bernard who got stuck in a freezing, muddy, drain for nearly 18 hours, a Dachstund named Razor bravely approached.

From Tim Chavez’s home, the St. Bernard named Jazzy got free in New Mexico on Sunday evening.

Photo credit: Belen Fire & Rescue / Facebook

Razor took a stab at cautioning Chavez that something wasn’t right on Monday morning, while Chavez was preparing to get down to business. In any case, the person who owned the dog said to KRQE News 13 that he didn’t understand at the time that Razor was attempting to tell him something wasn’t right at that moment.

Photo credit: Belen Fire & Rescue / Facebook

Razor wasn’t going to allow his pal down and continued attempting to stand out enough to be noticed. He woofed at the neighbor as well, however it wasn’t until a bystander seen Razor’s hysterical barking and went behind him, that Jazzy was found.

Photo credit: Belen Fire & Rescue / Facebook

“Razor took off through the field, along the irrigation ditch, and showed up here,” Chavez told KRQE at the location where Jazzy was rescued. “This is the spot Jazzy was actually stuck in, she was stuck here at least two feet stuck into the mud.”

Photo credit: Belen Fire & Rescue / Facebook

They immediately called for assistance and 8 individuals from Belen Fire and Rescue landed to get the huge dog out of the cold ditch. Utilizing backboard ties and a long spine board they figured out how to pull the enormous dog carefully. Here’s a recording of Jazzy’s salvage!

Jazzy is alive because of Razor’s diligence. The city of Belen anticipates tributing Razor for his activities. With respect to Razor, he’s simply cheerful his mate is back close by.

Razor reunited with his pal Jazzy. Photo credit: KRQE

Please spread Razor’s brave activities with your loved ones!