After spending the night buried in a lake near Lytham, a dog was recovered.
The German Shepherd dog was seen this morning (March 25) near the Fairhaven Lake shoreline. The dog was rescued with the assistance of Lancashire Fire & Rescue, Lancashire Police, and members of the public. The dog was delivered to the local RSPCA and is now secure.
The Veterinary Health Centre is caring for the dog, and the owner must give documentation that the dog is theirs. Police said they would undertake searches around the lake in an attempt to find the dog’s owner. They have asked for information from you.
According to a social media post, a German Shepherd dog became lost in the water at Fairhaven Lake this morning after spending the night there, which the Fylde Police are aware of.
“We can confirm that our Lancs Fire & Rescue colleagues and other members of the public successfully saved the dog.”
“The dog is now being cared for by the local RSPCA.” We will perform CCTV searches in the lake vicinity to attempt to find the dog’s owner.
“Did you happen to be nearby at the time?” Do you have any memories? Is your dog present? If this is the case, please report it online or by phoning 101 and citing today’s log number 0243. We appreciate what you’ve done.”