Volunteers with Mission Search and Rescue were notified and knew that if they didn’t rescue the pups someone else would attempt it and that could lead to another rescue being necessary.
“It’s always a concern for us as search and rescue. We want to make sure the public is safe,” SAR manager Dean Osen told CTV News. It took a crew of 15. They divided into three teams with two teams approaching the dogs from the ledge and one from below.