(LONDON) — St. Bernards are recognized for serving to to rescue distressed vacationers within the mountains, however the tables had been turned Sunday in northern England.
Sixteen volunteers from the Wasdale mountain rescue workforce took turns carrying Daisy, a 121-pound (55 kilogram) St Bernard, from England’s highest peak, Scafell Pike. The mountain rescue workforce spent practically 5 hours rescuing Daisy, who had collapsed Friday night whereas descending the mountain together with her homeowners.
Rescue employees mentioned Daisy was displaying indicators of ache in her rear legs and was refusing to maneuver. After consulting with a veterinarian’s workplace, they administered some ache reduction and adjusted their stretcher, which is designed for people, to be extra dog-friendly. Additionally they packed just a few treats to assist settle her down.
“Having workforce members with their very own pampered pooches at house, and likewise our much-adored search canine Jess, we acknowledge the misery that each an animal can really feel and likewise that of their homeowners,” the workforce mentioned.
They mentioned Daisy was recovering from her ordeal.
Scafell Pike, 978 meters (3,209 ft) above sea stage, is positioned within the Lake District Nationwide Park in Cumbria.
The Wasdale Mountain Rescue workforce depends on donations to fund their mountain security efforts.