Dogs seldom get rewarded for heroics except for an extra helping of hamburger.
But that changed recently in Mexico City when the people dedicated a statue of Frida and her handler, Israel Arauz.
Frida, an 8-year-old rescue dog, was credited with saving at least 12 lives following the 2017 Central Mexican Earthquake. The earthquake, which registered at 7.1, killed almost 400 people.
Frida sniffed through the rubble and found people helplessly trapped.
At the ceremony real Frida got to sniff bronze statue Frida and seemed impressed with what she sniffed.
The plaque reads in Spanish "Memorable symbols of the strength Mexicans can have when we decide to come together for great causes."