Mountain rescue crew carry Saint Bernard off England’s highest peak

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First published on July 26, 2020 / 7:23 PM Mountain rescue crew carry Saint Bernard off England’s highest peak

July 26, 2020 / 7:24 PM
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Sixteen volunteers from Wasdale mountain rescue team take turns to carry a 121-pound Saint Bernard dog named Daisy from England’s highest peak, Scafell Pike, on Sunday July 26, 2020. They rely on public contributions to their JustGiving.com/wasdalemrt page to fund their mountain safety efforts. Ambassador to Iceland “paranoid” about security despite country’s record safety

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“Having team members with their own pampered pooches at home, and also our much-adored search dog Jess, we recognize the distress that both an animal can feel and also that of their owners,” the team said.They said Daisy was recovering from her ordeal.Scafell Pike — 3,209 feet above sea level — is located in the Lake District National Park in Cumbria. After consulting with a veterinarian’s office, they administered some pain relief and adjusted their stretcher, which is designed for humans, to be more dog-friendly. The mountain rescue team spent nearly five hours rescuing Daisy, who had collapsed Friday evening while descending the mountain with her owners.Rescue workers said Daisy was displaying signs of pain in her rear legs and was refusing to move. Sixteen volunteers from the Wasdale mountain rescue team took turns carrying Daisy, a 121-pound Saint Bernard, from England’s highest peak, Scafell Pike. They also packed a few treats to help settle her down. Volunteers from Wasdale mountain rescue team seen Sunday July 26, 2020. jet incident

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