Hero hound Frida has been saving lives after Mexico’s earthquakes


FRIDA is a Mexican rescue dog and has been praised for saving lots of people trapped in rubble after the country’s recent earthquakes.

The hero hound graces the front page of this week’s First News (on sale Friday 29 September), where you can read her incredible story in full.

Here are some snaps of the super pooch in action in Mexico.

Frida helps search for survivors in Mexico City on 22 September 2017, three days after the powerful 7.1 quake that hit central Mexico.
(Photo credit: DIANA ULLOA/AFP/Getty Images)


Frida, with her handler Israel Arauz Salinas, takes part in the effort to look for people trapped at the Rebsamen school in Mexico City (Photo credit: should read OMAR TORRES/AFP/Getty Images)


(Photo credit: OMAR TORRES/AFP/Getty Images)


(Photo credit: OMAR TORRES/AFP/Getty Images)

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· 5 years ago


· 5 years ago

OMG Frida tux for saving all those innocent lives

· 5 years ago

frida is very brave and also very cute. hero hound!!