Fluffly doggo “Chumlee” is safe and reunited with its owners after being rescued by West Vancouver firefighters.
“Today, crews attended a call at Cypress Falls Park for an 80-pound dog (Chumlee) down a 30-foot embankment,” the service wrote on social media on Sunday, February 27.
“West Vancouver Engine 3, 4, 5 and Rescue 1 attended and (performed) a high angle rescue,” they wrote.
In the video, you can see Chumlee perform a great edge transition as firefighters work to pull the dog to safety.
Today crews attended a call at Cypress Falls Park for an 80 pound dog (Chumlee) down a 30 foot embankment. West Vancouver Engine 3, 4, 5 and Rescue 1 attended and preformed a high angle rescue. Chumlee is now safe and reunited with the owners! pic.twitter.com/zSBPm8C80o
— westvanfirefighters (@westvanfire) February 27, 2022
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Fire crews’ Instagram post of the incident gives a better perspective of how incredibly steep the embankment was.
Cypress Falls Park is a popular, easy hiking area in West Vancouver just 30 minutes away from Downtown Vancouver where you can see waterfalls cascading into the canyon.
If you’re bringing your four-legged friend with you into the woods, then be sure to keep them close.