A brave man risked his life by jumping into partially frozen lake to save a stuck dog.

 According to the clip's YouTube description, the incident occurred in Simferopol, a city on the Crimean peninsula. In the video, the man can be seen disrobing before hopping into the icy water, and swimming towards a small dog.

Thankfully, the man was able to reach the dog quickly and direct it towards the shore before picking it up and climbing onto a snowy bank.

Dogs do so much for us. They give us constant companionship, help with certain tasks and provide endless hours of love and laughs. But, dogs also need our help in return since their curiosity often lands them in less-than-ideal situations.

Breaking his way through the ice with only his fists, this puppy dad exemplifies what it means to truly love your canine companion. He is unprepared for the rescue and the freezing cold of the lake, but that doesn’t stop him from risking his own safety to save the dog.

Simferopol is located in the south-central portion of the Crimean Peninsula. The city lies on the Salhir River and near the artificial Simferopol Reservoir, which provides the city with clean drinking water. The Simferopol Reservoir's earth dam is the biggest in Europe.

The city experiences a humid subtropical or oceanic climate (depending on which version of the K√∂ppen climate classification is used), near the boundary of the humid continental climate. The average temperature in January is 0.2 °C (32.4 °F) and 22.3 °C (72.1 °F) in July. The average rainfall is 514 millimetres (20.2 in) per year, and there is a total of 2,471 hours of sunshine per year.

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