A cocker spaniel that fell from a cliff was rescued by the crew of a lifeboat.
The alert was given to emergency teams for a search and rescue at 2 p.m. on Saturday, August 21.
The dog, named Tug, was walking with his owner in Little Orme, Llandudno, when he fell over the edge of the cliff.
The Llandudno Coast Guard and the lifeboat both went into action in search of the lost spaniel.
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Llandudno’s RNLI coastal lifeboat, Dr Barbara Saunderson, rushed to the scene where she began looking for the black dog on the shore. Here they helped the coast guard who coordinated the search.
The tug was eventually located, but it got stuck between the rocks above the beach.
A lifeboat crew member was left at the scene to watch the tugboat while additional bodies were recovered to assist the boathouse.
From there, they were able to rescue Tug and bring him back to his “very relieved owners” who were waiting at the boathouse.
Lifeboat Helm Mike Jones reported: “We were really delighted and certainly relieved to find the dog safe and sound.
“He had clearly had a traumatic experience and was quite shaken up.
“It was a great effort on the part of the crew to get the dog out of a pretty awkward situation.”