After spending the previous night submerged, a dog was recovered from a lake not far from Lytham.
The banks of Fairhaven Lake were seen with a German Shepherd dog reclining on them this morning (March 25). Lancashire Fire and Rescue, Lancashire Police, and members of the public all contributed to save the dog. The dog has been delivered to the neighborhood RSPCA, and he is now safe.
The Veterinary Health Centre is looking after the dog, and the owner needs to provide ownership documentation. The police said they would also look into things nearby the lake in an effort to find the owner of the dog. There has been a request for data.
A German Shepherd dog got stranded in the water at Fairhaven Lake this morning after spending the previous night there, a Fylde Police spokesperson said. "We are aware of the incident," he added. "that is making the rounds on social media."
"We can attest that the dog was saved by our Lancs Fire & Rescue colleagues as well as other members of the public, which was a wonderful outcome. " The dog, who is secure and in good hands, is currently under the care of the local RSPCA. We will do CCTV searches in the vicinity of the lake to see if we can find the dog's owner.
"By chance, were you close by? Do you have any sightings? Do you own that dog? If so, kindly report it online or by dialing 101 while providing the current log number, 0243. I admire your work."