A wonderful act: these firefighters earned the title of hero for rescuing a dog from a frozen pond
Stuck in the ice, this dog was unable to get out of this on his own.
The fire department had to respond to an accident in north Westchester, New York on Friday, January 7, 2022. Reason: The dog got stuck in a frozen pond.
Winter in the US is not a quarter. Some animals fall prey to his icy claws, as in the case of a Labrador Retriever named Miller. Stuck in the ice, Miller could not get out of this more than annoying situation on his own.
Consequently, the Pleasantville Fire Department was contacted to release the unfortunate ball of hair, half of whose body was submerged in icy water.
Firefighters quickly arrived at the scene. To safely pull the dog out, they used the lift arm of their car, which they drove over the pond. This tactic saved the pros from running into thin ice.
In addition, members of the Pleasantville Volunteer Ambulance Corps were on shore in case medical attention was needed.
Fortunately, Miller was not injured in this terrible ordeal. The Pleasantville Fire Department said the dog was “happy to be reunited with his owner”.
On December 8, 2021, the Frewsburg fire company team arrived in the city of Carroll, also located in the United States.
Border collie named Dachshund stuck his paws in a frozen pond. The dog managed to find his family safely.
To avoid such accidents, it is highly recommended to keep your pet on a leash in areas where danger is always present.