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Dog Needs Rescuing After Hiking Trip

"We choose to help animals. Doesn't matter if it's a horse stuck in the mud, owls that fall out of the nest … this is something that the community supports."

Kato, the 5-year-old 120 pound Great Pyrenees, and his human family embarked on a hike on the Maxwell Falls trail in Evergreen, Colorado. About a mile into the trail, Kato, exhausted and likely dehydrated, laid down for a rest. When his humans tried to get Kato back up to finish the hike, Kato did not budge.

Source: Evergreen Fire Rescue

Enter Kato’s Rescuers: Evergreen Fire Rescue

When Kato refused to move despite his family’s many attempts, his humans knew it was time to call for some help. Soon enough, a group of volunteers from Evergreen Fire Rescue. They hoisted Kato onto a larger stretcher, and carried him the 1 mile back to the trailhead.

Stacee Marten, public information officer for Evergreen Fire Department told KUSA-TV, Denver, “We heard ‘dog in distress,’ and a bunch of us showed up.

We choose to help animals.

Doesn’t matter if it’s a horse stuck in the mud, owls that fall out of the nest … this is something that the community supports.”

Be sure to pass along Kato’s story because after all, we ALL could use a little help sometimes!

When Kato refused to move despite his family’s many attempts, his humans knew it was time to call for some help. Soon enough, a group of volunteers from Evergreen Fire Rescue. They hoisted Kato onto a larger stretcher, and carried him the 1 mile back to the trailhead.
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