There’s a reason we call them man’s best friend –– and this courageous pitbull proved exactly why!
NBC Bay Area reported that on August 15th, James White was on a fishing trip off the shore of Bodega Bay in Sonoma County, California when he felt the strong tug on his line. White had decided to leave his 1-year-old 100-pound pitbull in his car parked just a few yards away.
After about 10 minutes of struggling to reel in whatever was on the end of the rod, White realized he had hooked a 6-foot shark. The shark pulled him closer and closer to the shallow water until it finally twisted around and managed to grab a hold of White’s ankle, puncturing an artery. No matter how hard he tried, he couldn’t get the shark to release.