Woman drowns trying to save dog in Lo...

Woman drowns trying to save dog in Loveland

There are 15 comments on the Fox 31 KDVR story from Jun 6, 2010, titled Woman drowns trying to save dog in Loveland. In it, Fox 31 KDVR reports that:

A woman who died Saturday after jumping into a canal near Loveland to save her dog has been identified as 23-year-old Brittany R. Schult of Eden Valley, authorities said.

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Since: Jan 10

Denver, CO

#1 Jun 6, 2010
The dog survived fine on it's own- meanwhile the owner dies trying to save it?

Now there is no one to care for this dog- where's the logic here? Darwin award candidate
Dude really

United States

#2 Jun 6, 2010
Weezy22 wrote:
The dog survived fine on it's own- meanwhile the owner dies trying to save it?
Now there is no one to care for this dog- where's the logic here? Darwin award candidate
Was that stupid comment really needed?
Rip
Sean

Littleton, CO

#3 Jun 7, 2010
wow ur rlly mean the woman tried to sace her dog tht she loved u werent there and u dont know what happend
benit

Kingsport, TN

#4 Jun 7, 2010
Weezy22 wrote:
The dog survived fine on it's own- meanwhile the owner dies trying to save it?
Now there is no one to care for this dog- where's the logic here? Darwin award candidate
What a nasty SOB you are. Such a sad story about a young woman's love for her dog and you make fun of her? A love like this you will never know because your heart is cold.
Tony Montana

Chesterfield, MO

#6 Jun 7, 2010
Weezy22 wrote:
The dog survived fine on it's own- meanwhile the owner dies trying to save it?
Now there is no one to care for this dog- where's the logic here? Darwin award candidate
Weezy jou are a piece of "Chit with no human fellings.! Why don't jou try stickin jou head up jour a*s – see if it fits.
Pendijo

Denver, CO

#8 Jun 7, 2010
If you look at the "Danger Keep Out" sign that is in the articles photo, that is the same sign at the entrance to Angel Wings barn stall.

Since: Jan 10

Denver, CO

#9 Jun 7, 2010
There is a lesson here- if you can't handle yourself in 6 feet of moving water- don't enter it.

The dog was able navigate out on it's own

Since: Jan 10

Denver, CO

#11 Jun 7, 2010
george jefferson wrote:
<quoted text>wezzy is that you baby
The Jefferson's ended in 1985 - get with the times if you're going to attempt an insult.

Since: Sep 07

Golden

#12 Jun 7, 2010
She must have been a lovely young lady to care about her pet like that. Youth thinks they are invincible, and their hearts often hijack their good sense. I can't blame her, I probably would have done the same if I didn't have a child- funny how that makes your life more important to you. A really sad story.
Kada Corwin

Boulder, CO

#13 Jun 7, 2010
My most sincere condolences to Ms. Shult's family. I'm so sorry for your loss.
G-Rove

Denver, CO

#15 Jun 8, 2010
To some people, their pet is like their child.

When my toddler fell into a creek, I jumped right in without a moment's thought (though I was later at leisure to regret the loss of my cell phone and the hassle of drying everything in my wallet). The water was cold, chest high and swift, but those are things you only notice after you've put hands on your loved one again.

Have some respect for the deceased and her courageous, though misguided rescue attempt (I say misguided because the dog extricated itself just fine).
anonymous

Denver, CO

#16 Jun 8, 2010
Angel Wings wrote:
<quoted text>
"benit" you are the nasty SOB with your response and backward values in life.
Your problem is you don't really love dogs, you just hate people. You need to go seek professional help to unharden your stone cold heart and fix your warped brain. That woman was a fool. Any rescue worker or person with any sense will tell you that.
Another rude and primitive animal "worshiper" just like some past ignorant un-civilized savage in the jungle.
That woman happened to be my friend, and she didn't jump in to save her dog, the media who always twists the story for their ratings lied! The witness never even saw her go into the water, she just saw her after she was already in it. This woman would never have jumped in for her dog. She often walked her dog by the canal and her dog went in and out of it all the time. And knowing her, she would never have jumped in 40 degree water with clothing, cell-phone, shoes and all to save a dog who could get out on her own.
Juan Valdez

Chesterfield, MO

#17 Jun 8, 2010
cubanouno wrote:
<quoted text>like the steed you are cubanouno dreams of the times in the barn mounting each other like two beasts in jungle passion crude primitive raw sex
Ir chupar su Balones propia.
Juan Valdez

Chesterfield, MO

#19 Jun 8, 2010
juan valdez wrote:
<quoted text>which means i have had sex with angel wings and other beasts in the barn
TIEMPO para que te sientes en un poste y ROTAR
watsamattau

United States

#20 Nov 26, 2012
Just read where a family of three,a 16 year old boy and both his parents drowned in the ocean trying to save their dog.Dogs are better swimmers and they have a better chance to get out.Besided you can buy a whole new dog for a couple of hundred dollars.

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