Officers from the Wellesley Police Department in Massachusetts had a—ahem—bitch of a workday earlier this month when a dog got stranded on a tree in the Charles River.
Cooper, a cute-as-a-button goldendoodle, was unable to get to shore because of the flowing water and the coat of ice on the river.
Police officers, along with Wellesley firefighters, put on ice rescue suits before jumping in the water and transporting the dog to dry land. Firefighters dried off Cooper and allowed him to recuperate in their fire engine before his owner took him home.
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