Hiking could be a perfect way to keep you in a good shape. And on the other hand it offers you the possibility to enjoy the nature. But, it could a pretty hard task sometimes. Especially when you’re massive 190-pound Mastiff.
I’m pretty sure Floyd, a three years old Mastiff will regret going on a hike with his owner, for the last days of his life. All after, he got too exhausted while hiking with his owner, near Salt Lake City, the CNN reported.
The duo was on top of Grandeur Peak, when spotted by other hikers who called for help. On Sunday, around 6:30 p.m. Salt Lake County Sheriff’s Search and Rescue got a phone call who asked for help.
“Several hikers had called Unified Police to report that the dog and his owner were on the trail and not able to move,” the rescue team wrote in a Facebook post. “Salt Lake County Search and Rescue members went into action and headed up the trail to make sure Floyd could get off the mountain with his human before it got too cold.”
It seemed that Floyd actually enjoyed being carried down the mountain by the rescue team, who promptly responded the call. “They had no hesitation whatsoever, even when they heard it was a dog,” Sgt. Melody Gray of the Unified Police Department told CNN.
The rescue moment was captured on camera, resulting in a hilarious footage, despite the situation was more than serious. I really think Floyd learned his lesson. On the hard way, apparently.
“Floyd was packaged in a litter and carried down the mountain. Floyd was a good boy and was happy to be assisted,” the team wrote in a Facebook post.