This incredible dog is so clever her owner has taught her how to do CPR.
Senior shelter officer Tania Butler, 35, said it only took her Boxer Pixie, three, 45 minutes to learn the incredible trick.
Now when Tania lies motionless on the floor, and is unresponsive, Pixie will leap into action and pound on her chest in exactly the right place.
She’s got so good at the trick, the animal management worker had to start putting a book under her top during training, to stop him hitting her so hard.
Tania said she taught her the trick just for the fun of it to pass the time during lockdown, but said she hopes she’d be able to help save a life now if he needed to.
The dog-lover from Waikato, New Zealand, said: “I wanted to teach her a new trick, she knows quite a few and wanted to do something a bit different.
“I don’t think I could list all her tricks but she knows all her basic commands, competitive obedience, hungry hippos, jenga, back stall, arm jumps.
“Pixie is so very smart and insanely easy to teach, she loves her trick training.”
Tania started teaching Pixie in April and said it only took the pooch two or three training sessions of about 15 minutes each, to master it.
Ms Butler has six dogs – three boxers, a pitbull, American bully and an American staffordshire terrier.
She added: “This is just a trick I saw Lusy Imbergerova and her gorgeous dog Deril do at Crufts 2017 and thought that was amazing and never forgot her routine.
“I just love the company of the dogs, they are real characters, and always make me laugh and cry too sometimes.
“I love training with them it brings me such joy and to see them have a love of what they do.
“Only a few of my dogs compete as the others are just not into and that’s fine, they still amazing pets and the best cuddlers.
“I love taking them out on new adventures weather it be the forest or beach – I love my pack.”