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now how could that not warm the hearts of some of those big ole meanies on here ;)

thanks for sharing

 

Biggles has one of the same breed, I think she can relate.

 

Don

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It's all warm and fuzzy until something goes wrong during your class 'D' operation !Why didn't someone hike in to get the pooch after it was spotted on a trail?

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It's all warm and fuzzy until something goes wrong during your class 'D' operation !Why didn't someone hike in to get the pooch after it was spotted on a trail?

 

Ummm......because the dog owners "paid" for the service (duh) !!!

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It would seem as though this does NOT meet the requirements of a Class D scenario. If you look around 31 sec. in there are 3 people on the ground. How did that 3rd person get in or out? If they hiked, then that negates the need for a Class D, and it sure didn't look like the dog had life threatening injuries :)

Not trying to stir up the bees nest, just 2 cents

from a guy with a Class D cert.

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Maybe the three rescuers are the ones who hiked in. And went ohhh shiiiiiiiiit. This is going to be ugly.

 

 

 

Ask yourself what lengths an extreme hippie dog owner in north vancouver would do to save dog. Maybe fall down a cliff. Maybe NSR figured it was easier and safer to do a class D rescue then put ground people in extreme danger for a dog. Letting the dog die doesn't play well in the media either.....

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Maybe the three rescuers are the ones who hiked in. And went ohhh shiiiiiiiiit. This is going to be ugly.

 

 

 

Ask yourself what lengths an extreme hippie dog owner in north vancouver would do to save dog. Maybe fall down a cliff. Maybe NSR figured it was easier and safer to do a class D rescue then put ground people in extreme danger for a dog. Letting the dog die doesn't play well in the media either.....

 

The underlying fact is that there were guys on the ground that got out somehow, and the regs regarding Class D don't say, "Go ahead and rescue some rich guys dog if it's more convenient." I realize they are pro's and have the utmost respect for them, I just wonder about the decision-making process to aid in my own PDM during a rescue. Not armchair QB'ing, just want to learn from a different scenerio

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What a great story. Truely heart warming.Good Job guys!

 

Thank god they didn't call (edited by twinnie.. totally uncalled for, p5...) <_<

 

P5

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