Posted: Fri 9th Jun 2017

Coastguard scrambled to rescue dog as tide comes in

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Friday, Jun 9th, 2017

Flint-based volunteer Coastguard Rescue Officers were called out this afternoon following reports of a boxer dog stuck in mud in Bagillt.

In an update on Facebook the Coastguard said;

“Team paged by Holyhead Coastguard Operation Centre to report of a dog stuck in mud in a gully near to Station Gutter, Bagillt with an incoming tide.

On scene, it was clear the dog was not in fact stuck in the mud but had fallen down a narrow gutter and could not get out.

Two rescue officers assisted in lifting the dog out of the gutter and back into the hands of a grateful owner.”

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