A cocker spaniel who fell of a cliff has been rescued by a lifeboat crew.
The alert was raised to emergency crews for a search and rescue at 2pm on Saturday, August 21.
The dog, named Tug, was on a walk with his owner in Little Orme, Llandudno, when he plummeted over the cliff edge.
Both Llandudno Coastguard and the Lifeboat sprung to action in search of the lost Spaniel.
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Llandudno’s RNLI inshore lifeboat Dr Barbara Saunderson rushed to the scene w she began searching for the black dog at the shoreline. , they assisted the Coastguard who coordinated the search.
Tug was eventually located, however he had become stuck between the rocks above the beach.
A lifeboat crew member was left at the scene to monitor Tug whilst extra bodies were collected to help from the boathouse.
From , they were able to rescue Tug and return him to his “very relieved owners” who were waiting back at the boathouse.
The Lifeboat Helm Mike Jones reported: “We were really pleased and certainly relieved to find the dog safe and well.
“He had clearly had a traumatic experience and was quite shaken.
“It was a great effort by the crew to extricate the dog from quite a tricky situation.”
Source: Wales Online