A St. Bernard doggo was showing signs of its rear legs being painful and it refused to move while descending from the highest peak of England with its owners late last week. A team of 16 volunteers decided to go up to where the doggo and the owners were and rescue the animal.
– A St. Bernard was descending from Scafell Pike with its owners when it collapsed.
– The dog showed signs of pain in its legs and refused to move.
– A team of 16 volunteers decided to…
Accordingly, this happened at the Scafell Pike. The dog, Daisy, was rescued after five hours and was carried down using a stretcher. The volunteers said in a statement that they never thought twice about rescuing the dog after they were called by the police in the area. They shared, “Having team members with their own pampered pooches at home, and also our very own much-adored search dog, Jess, we recognize the distress that both an animal can feel and also that of their owners.”
Daisy is 55 kilograms and had to be given a lot of treats before it became friendly to the rescuers.
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