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World Eight-stone St Bernard rescue dog saved from England's highest mountain

17:44  26 july  2020
17:44  26 july  2020 Source:   news.sky.com

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The St . Bernard or St Bernard (UK: /ˈbɜːnəd/, US: /bərˈnɑːrd/) is a breed of very large working dog from the western Alps in Italy and Switzerland.

A St Bernard has been rescued after collapsing while walking down England ' s highest mountain . St Bernards are traditionally on the other side of such mercy missions - they were originally bred in the "Daisy was in fact a rescue dog and extremely placid and compliant, which was a bonus for the

A rescue dog has itself been rescued from England's highest mountain after showing signs of pain in her rear legs.

a group of people wearing costumes: Daisy collapsed on the way down Scafell Pike. Pic: Wasdale Mountain Rescue Team © Other Daisy collapsed on the way down Scafell Pike. Pic: Wasdale Mountain Rescue Team

Daisy the St Bernard collapsed as she was walking down Scafell Pike in the Lake District and was refusing to move.

It was important to get her on to a stretcher as quickly as possible because the weather was due to deteriorate as the day went on.

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Saint Bernard dogs are often depicted in media as carrying barrels of brandy around their necks, which was used to warm rescued victims from the cold. The monks of the Saint Bernard Hospice deny that this was ever used in Real Life, and instead the early depiction came from an early painting.

Although Saint Bernards never actually lived such a picturesque life — there are no records of those brandy casks, making them a mountain myth — their The massive dogs are named for the ancient Hospice du Grand St - Bernard , a monastery in the St . Bernard Pass between Switzerland and Italy.

The four-year-old canine, weighing 55kg (8.66 stone), was fed and kept hydrated by her owners as they waited for members of Wasdale Mountain Rescue Team to arrive.

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The Saint Bernard does not rank very high in AKC registrations, but the genial giant of the Swiss Alps is National Breed Clubs and Rescue . Want to connect with other people who love the same breed as Myth busted: Dogs of the Great St . Bernard Pass didn’t carry casks of brandy around their necks.

St . Bernard rescue dog in Valais. Painting by John Emms portraying St . Bernards as rescue dogs . The St . Bernard , also called Alpine Mountain Dogs or Alpine Cattle Dogs , are the large farm dogs of the farmers and dairymen of most notably the French Alps, livestock guardians, herding dogs

a group of people standing next to a dog: Rescuers used a few treats to get Daisy on the stretcher. Pic: Wasdale Mountain Rescue Team © Other Rescuers used a few treats to get Daisy on the stretcher. Pic: Wasdale Mountain Rescue Team

The group rescues canine casualties about a dozen times a year, but this was the first time they had been asked to retrieve a St Bernard.

a little boy that is standing in the grass: Daisy is the first St Bernard the team has rescued. Pic: Wasdale Mountain Rescue Team © Other Daisy is the first St Bernard the team has rescued. Pic: Wasdale Mountain Rescue Team

Having sought advice from vets about pain relief, they discovered that if Daisy "didn't want to do something, she wasn't going to do it".

"It quickly (became) apparent that Daisy's cooperation was going to be essential if we were to make progress," the team said on Facebook.

a group of people walking on a grassy hill: The rescue lasted for five hours. Pic: Wasdale Mountain Rescue Team © Other The rescue lasted for five hours. Pic: Wasdale Mountain Rescue Team

With the help of a "little persuasion" and "plenty" of treats, they managed to administer some analgesia.

After that, "Daisy very quickly settled down with her chin resting on the head guard, having realised that we were trying to help her", they added. Generally, she was "extremely placid and compliant".

From then on, the operation was "not that much different to a normal adult evacuation".

A total of 16 team members were involved in the rescue, which lasted for five hours and finished at 10.30pm.

Daisy had a "hard start in life", the team said, and was rescued by her current owners a few months ago.

Since being brought down the mountain she has slept well, is snoring a little louder than normal, and is back to her "usual high spirits".

The St Bernard is a breed of large working dog from the western Alps in Italy and Switzerland.

They were originally bred for rescue by the hospice of the Great St Bernard Pass on the Italian-Swiss border.

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