COLORADO Mountaineering Trail RESCUES: Teams responding to substantial amount of canine-related phone calls
SUMMIT COUNTY, Colo. (KDVR) — Rescue teams are urging doggy owners to feel two times prior to getting their animals on hard hikes, as the range of canine-connected rescue calls surges this summertime.
Summit County Rescue Team responded to back again-to-back again rescues involving pet dogs on Quandry Peak past week. Each have been large puppies that had to be carried off the mountain. The dogs expert exhaustion and torn paw pads on the way again down, in the vicinity of tree line.
“The puppy will observe you as prolonged as he or she quite possibly can, right up until they practically tumble over from exhaustion. They just lie down and say I can’t just take a different action,” mentioned Charles Pitman, Mission Coordinator with Summit County Rescue Team.
Pitman states their group has