Wonderful story: beautiful rescue of a cute dog who got stuck, stuck on icebergs in the river

Police and firefighters work together to save the dog.

As for the police and firefighters, their duty is to help the residents of the area when they are left in trouble – be it people or animals.

We have seen numerous stories of kind emergencies – rescuers come to rescue trapped pets.

This is especially true during the winter months when cold weather can be dangerous for our pets. We have seen many situations where animals have fallen under icy water or stuck on the ice, calling for help from regional rescuers.

Recently, a lap dog was helplessly stuck on an iceberg submerged in icy water until a group of police officers saved the day.

The Wyandotte Police Department in Michigan on Monday called it a “pretty nice rescue” after a labradoodle escaped the owner and jumped into the icy Detroit River.

Fortunately, the pet had the opportunity to get out of the icy water by climbing onto a floating iceberg. However, the pet dog was still waiting for death, and the buoy was drifting from the shore, which meant that the dog needed to be rescued urgently.

Officers from the WPD, along with animal control and the local fire department, arrived on the scene to help the stranded dog.

The rescue team managed to bring the iceberg to shore. The fire brigade member was then able to catch the dog using the catch report.

Weather conditions made the job challenging: “The lifeguard did this while standing on a slippery ladder that was submerged in the river while his colleague held him tightly by the rope, created by WPD on Facebook.

Despite the experience, the rescue team got the dog to safety after firefighters carried it up the stairs.

“A truly miraculous and fantastic rescue,” WPD wrote.

After they shared the rescue video on Facebook, the division was praised for their heroism.

“Great job and fire service”, wrote one commenter. “I am glad that the puppy was saved and no one was hurt. Take care of yourself”.

Thanks to the authorities, and also to the firefighters who rescued this unfortunate dog from a frozen river! Good thing it was safe, cozy and dry.

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