Rescuers in Oregon managed to save lots of a 10-year-old Great Dane that by some means received misplaced from his proprietor solely to be found days later injured on the backside of an embankment.

The story, like most experiences about lacking canines, begins with a Sunday stroll.

Susan Clark, the canine’s proprietor, told Fox 12 Oregon that she was out for a stroll with the hulking pooch in Clatsop County and he “vanished.” She mentioned she regarded in every single place—even drafted just a few pals to assist in the search–but to no avail.

Presley, a 100-lb-plus Great Dane, severely injured herself when she slid over an embankment.
(Westport Fire and Rescue Squad)

The canine was ultimately discovered on Tuesday by a neighbor. Clark was relieved that the canine was nonetheless alive, however the discovery solely solved half of the issue. Now any person wanted to get the canine.

The Great Dane, who weighs about 100 kilos, was unable to face and on the backside of the embankment. 

She advised the station that she contacted the Westport Fire & Rescue for assist, however was advised that the division sticks to rescuing people. She mentioned she begged them to make an exception they usually ultimately agreed. The canine was positioned on a stretcher and lifted out the 60-foot trench. 

The dog was rescued by the Westport Fire and Rescue Squad. 

The canine was rescued by the Westport Fire and Rescue Squad. 
( Westport Fire and Rescue Squad)

The division deployed 4 members in a brush truck who utilized a stokes stretcher and twine to tug the canine, Presley, to security, an announcement learn.

“Westport Fire stands ready to help out our community, and hopes for a great outcome for Presley and her family,” the division mentioned.

Clark praised the firefighters for his or her professionalism and advised the station that the canine is anticipated to get well.