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Owners reunited with ‘beautiful’ Husky dogs

PUBLISHED: 17:17 24 March 2019 | UPDATED: 14:36 25 March 2019

These Husky dogs were rescued by HM Coastguard Rescue Officers from Lowestoft near Baker Score in Corton, on March 24. Picture: HM Coastguard Lowestoft

These Husky dogs were rescued by HM Coastguard Rescue Officers from Lowestoft near Baker Score in Corton, on March 24. Picture: HM Coastguard Lowestoft

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The owners of a pair of Husky dogs have been successfully reunited with their pets.

It comes after rescue officers from HM Coastguard Lowestoft were alerted to the dogs being in distress.

One of the Husky dogs was in the water at Corton, near Lowestoft and had “his paw trapped between the rocks.”

So the coastguard rescue officers rushed to its aid and rescued the dog, while the other dog was also collected as it was running along the prom.

A spokesman for HM Coastguard Lowestoft said: “We were alerted at 12.42pm on March 24 (Sunday) to attend Baker Score in Corton after an observant member of the public called the coastguard and noticed a dog in the water in distress as the tide was coming in.

“The white Husky dog’s paw was trapped between the rocks, but we soon managed to get him out of the water.”

Keen to trace the owners and “reunite them with their beautiful male and female dogs,” the spokesman added the dogs were “safe and well” as they were reunited with their owners later on Sunday afternoon.


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