DOG OK SAGA
A 'wee sweet doggie' story with a difference from the usual sickly gumph in last week's Berwickshire. Page 2 ' Dunbar Crew assist woman who tripped over dog
'. A woman walking on the beach tripped over her dog-make unspecified-and broke her leg. Helpless on beach, tide coming in, dialed 999 on her mobile. Enter sea right RNLI with the Inshore Life Boat (not the Onshore one, (with wheels) Splint applied, oxygen and 'first aid'. Onshore Ambulance waiting.Happy ending.
And even happier. The writer, anticipating enourmous public interest, reported that the
dog was uninjured.
It's good to know that there are helpful people in Dunbar but not enough of them in the Golf Club where some officious lowheidyin refused Hutton the use of the facilities unless he paid a green fee. It makes you want to pee over the club house garden Roses, doesn't it?
The image is of the Dunbar Lifeboat-may well have been on its way to rescue a wee dog which had tripped over its owner)
Labels: Dog story, Dunbar, Dunbar Lifeboat, peeing on the roses