Firefighters Use Ice Sled to Rescue Dog

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Photo Credit: East Bridgewater Police
Photo Credit: East Bridgewater Police

On January 4, 2015, a dog from East Bridgewater, Mass., got in some icy trouble after chasing ducks on a frozen pond. Fortunately, firefighters from the area came to the dog’s rescue.

Within minutes of the dog falling through the ice, East Bridgewater firefighters arrived on scene and used and ice sled to reach the pet in need.

Once the dog was pulled to safety he was reunited with his owner.

13 thoughts on “Firefighters Use Ice Sled to Rescue Dog”

  1. THIS is why I NEVER let my dogs run loose! They are on a 50 foot lead so they can run but not run away or chase anything that moves. Glad he was rescued!

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  2. I am so glad the dog was helped. Years ago (I’m from the midwest) – a neighbors dog went through the ice in some canals near our home. It did get help, and survived. However, just watching the rescue made me sick inside.

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