Dog rescued after going over the cliff

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Dog rescued after going over the cliff

A dog has been rescued after going over the cliffs near Ringmore. 

Bigbury Coastguard Rescue Team were called to a cliff near Ayrmer Cove near Ringmore after a dog went over and was unharmed but stuck on a ledge. 

Hunter - credit Bigbury Coastguard Rescue Service

Bigbury, Prawle Point and Yelm Coastguard Rescue Teams all attended the scene and the dog, called Hunter, was rescued and reunited with his owner. 

Hunter being rescued - credit Bigbury Coastguard Rescue Service

A spokesperson for Bigbury Coastguard said: "Please careful with your dogs around cliffs and if you have a doubt, keep them on a lead. If you see anyone in difficulty on or near the coast or tidal estuary, dial 999 ☎ and ask for the Coastguard."

The scene - credit Bigbury Coastguard Rescue Service


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