Hikers embark on a twelve hour expedition to rescue the life of an injured dog stuck on a mountainside
Sean Mccormick and his colleague Ross Burley discovered that someone somewhere up the hill, a dog without wounded paw lived.
To rescue the creature, they immediately addressed on a 12-hour walk. Someone shared a photo of a dog sitting in a rusted barrel “home” on social networking sites,
claiming that dog resides there near a private house, but that it is neglected and also that the puppy’s feet are hurt. A tiny dog with his paws tucked under him was seen in the photograph.
This shot had a significant impact on Mccormick. He phoned the person who had created it and was given the exact address of the home and dog.
Sandy was the dog, and then when he slipped into a predator’s trap, his paw were wounded. However, the path turns out to be so steep that you could only reach there and on foot.
It became out that climbing this peak would take approximately 6 hours. Then same amount will be reduced. Climbing the hill proved to be considerably more challenging than Sean had anticipated.
When they finally got to the top of the slope, the dog was barely visible behind the plastic seats. He was terrified of strangers, yet he also liked them.