Bosko the Yellow Lab found a newborn calf in a feed lot at his family ranch. The mother was too weak to care for the baby who was cold, wet and nearly dead from hypothermia.
Bosco’s human family loaded the calf on a blanket and took him into their home. His eyes looked dead and he was barely breathing. They covered him with blankets, stuffed animals and heating pads, gave him antibiotics and crossed their fingers.
wouldn’t leave his side for four hours until the calf began to move and breathe
regularly. At this point Bosco’s brother Duke took the night shift.
The next day the calf began to eat and by the third day he was up and taking the bottle with no problems.
Six months later he is a little smaller than he should be, as would be expected from his near death experience, but Zeke the calf is doing just fine, thanks to Bosko and his family. Source