Should the Lake District Mountain Rescue team really have been called out for the tired terrier and its owner?
- Land-sharkLv 75 months agoFavorite Answer
Definitely. Dogless people have something not quite right about them.
- Verulam 1Lv 75 months ago
Yes. Both, or either could have perished without their help. Not for one moment did the Rescue team stop to consider whether they went out, or not. Good on 'em.
- WhoLv 75 months ago
why not? - they have training exercises at regular intervals
this just took the place of one
- Jimmy CLv 75 months ago
I do not know the owner could not put the dog over his shoulder and carry it home.
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- Anonymous5 months ago
psychos lack compassion
- poodle powerLv 75 months ago
Of course that is what they are trained to do. And seeing as mountain rescues used trained dog in their search work to local people and save lives why shouldn't they return the favour these great dog do us humans by saving another dog.
- TavyLv 75 months ago
Yes and they thought it was feasible. The dog could have died if left alone.
- carrieLv 75 months ago
Yes that is exactly what they are trained to do. It could have been you and your dog.
- Jack HLv 75 months ago
Yes, they should, both owner and dog could have died...
- BiffLv 75 months ago
The owner had tried to carry the 10kg dog but it was too heavy for them. Both were at risk of hypothermia in wet conditions. Would you have expected the owner to abandon the dog to complete the walk?