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Suffolk Police Find and Free Lost Dog From a Rock Wall

Written by Ls Cohen  |  19. November 2020

Suffolk Police were on the scene to free a lab retriever named June Bug when she strayed over 2 and a half miles from her home and got herself stuck between a rock wall and a deck at Friendship Beach in Rocky Point this week.

 

In a post on Facebook reporting the rescue, Suffolk Police asked, “They say dogs are man’s best friend, but has anyone ever asked a dog for its favorite police department?”

 

The answer according the post is the Suffolk County Police Department.

 

Photo: SCPD Facebook page.

 

The report said that when Seventh Precinct officers arrived, June Bug was shivering and growling. They  used a crowbar to free June Bug and a good Samaritan handed the officer a blanket to warm her up.

 

“June Bug was identified from her tag with her name and owner’s phone number,” the post read. “She was transported to a veterinarian for treatment of minor injuries where she was reunited with her human.”

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