The narrator, a dog, is excited to go swimming with their human at the harbor. They notice a wet and scared baby deer in the water and swim over to help. They gently grab onto the deer and swim back to shore. The deer is weak and the dog snuggles up to them to comfort them. The human praises the dog for saving the baby deer. The dog tells the deer to wait on the shore next time if they want to play. The dog also mentions that their wet dog smell bothers the human, so they make sure to dry off quickly after swimming.