Asotin County Fire Rescues Dog from Ice Thursday Morning
Marisa Lloyd

Asotin County Fire Rescues Dog from Ice Thursday Morning

Asotin County Fire

ASOTIN - Dog and pet owners please remember that ice on local ponds and rivers can be dangerous and dangerous for your animals. If you are walking near water with a sheet of ice, please keep your pets on a leash.

Asotin County Emergency Crews were called to Evans Pond along highway 12 Thursday where a dog was stuck in the ice.

Passerby's saw the dog stuck in the ice and called for help. They were able to break the ice by throwing rocks and breaking the ice. When emergency crews arrived the dog had made it to shore. The dog was scared, but did get into a Fire District pickup.

The owners were found and Ruger escaped serious injury.

Again please be careful and do not trust iced over water here in the valley.

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