Dog stuck in a frozen lake rescued by firefighters
These firefighters did the impossible to rescue him from that situation 🙏
We all know that the main role of firefighters is to be available for the most imminent warnings that a property has caught fire. The amount of damage, needless to say, costly in human lives, that a fire can cause is something terrible. Therefore, every medium-sized city or town must have one of these rescue and fire fighting units. But in the time that they are not fighting the flames, the firefighters also perform many other tasks for the community.
One of the most common among these is to go to help pets that have suffered accidents. Those who found themselves in such a situation recently were firefighters from Chautauqua County, in the state of New York. People from the community called the experts to let them know that there was a puppy that was in trouble. Upon arriving at the scene, the troops realized that the problem had occurred in nature. This was because the dog in trouble was a Border Collie, who had somehow gotten his bottom half stuck in a frozen lake.
It is assumed that the dog most likely fell into the water at some point, managing to keep its chest and head out of these frozen waters. The cold around it would have acted quickly to close the hole created by the animal, trapping the part of its body that was left in the water. Taking into account that the scene is full of snow, it is very likely that this puppy was saved from a very tragic fate. Luckily for him, the rescuers were among the most prepared to be able to help him.
“At 7:47am we were dispatched to a report of a dog that had fallen partially through the ice into a pond. Crews responded quickly and were able to safely rescue the family pet. The owners report that it is hot and it is back to the same. A job well done by all involved,” the Frewsburg Fire Company Fire Team explained via Facebook. The puppy received veterinary attention, where they ruled out that he had suffered any serious injury and worked to raise his body temperature.
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