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    Hero dog saves Russian toddlerís life by keeping him warm after he was left outside in -21C temperatures for 48 hours

    • The child was left in the unheated porch of his village home in the Altai region
    • Officials said the 'hero' dog was a 'saviour' to the child, who survived the ordeal
    • Mother is accused of deliberately abandoning him and faces criminal charges

    By Will Stewart In Moscow for MailOnline
    PUBLISHED: 15:49, 10 February 2017 | UPDATED: 16:06, 10 February 2017

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    A hero dog kept a two-year old-boy alive for two days after the child was cruelly abandoned by his mother.
    The infant was left all alone in the unheated porch of his home in the Altai region of Russia.
    Local officials said the 'hero' dog was a 'saviour' to the child, keeping him as warm as possible for two days before neighbours found him.



    A hero dog, pictured, kept a two-year old-boy alive for two days after the child was abandoned in sub-zero temperatures




    The boy was left in the unheated the porch of his family's home in the Altai region of southern Siberia, Russia

    The boy shivered in temperatures averaging minus 12C, dipping to a chilling minus 21C, and was wearing only light clothes.
    The child was reported last night to have suffered acute hypothermia during his ordeal but was responding well to treatment in hospital.
    The boy was forced to endure a 48 hour ordeal without food, with his mother returning four days after he was found
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    The boy shivered in temperatures were averaging minus 12C , with the mercury sometimes dropping as low as 21C




    Police in the Loktevsky district of the Atlai region, north of Kazakhstan, are investigating the mother over claims she deliberately abandoned her child

    'The mother faces a potential jail sentence and losing the right to raise her child,' The Siberian Times reports.
    'She is being investigated in a criminal case, accused of deliberately abandoning her child.'
    None of those involved in the horrific case have been named.

    Read more: Hero dog saves Russian toddler?s life by keeping him warm | Daily Mail Online

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    Beautiful dog!

    So the mom was gone for 6 days. What a piece of shit.
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    Its Russia, hopefully they will throw "mom" into an unheated oubliette and forget about her.
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