Sailors rescue dog, missing over a week, stranded on ice in Arctic

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Winter gives fantastic pain to the animals. It can come to be harmful to the pets if they are omitted. Also dogs with thick coats are vulnerable to frostbite and hypothermia.

There is this canine that was in real danger as she was entraped in one of the chilliest areas– an item of sea ice in the Arctic.

Fortunately, she was conserved by a group of Russian sailors. According to a report, the canine, a Samoyed named Aika, had actually quit her town during a stroll as well as obtained stuck on an icy block of sea ice. The dog was there for over a week.

It is rather difficult to think of that anyone would have gone there and also saved the pet but fortunately one staff happened to come along as well as see her.

The staff of a Russian ice breaker ship, Alexander Sannikov was passing from there when the dog came running by the side of the ship as if asking for help to save her.

They realized that the dog was stranded there and helped her quickly. According to navigation assistant Evgeny Hagibin, they put a ladder by which the dog climbed and was on board the ship.

The great news was that Aika was in good shape and she was wagging her tail. The Samoyed is well adapted to the cold with a thick double coat suited to the harsh climate of Russia. But for Aika to remain in those conditions for long is still remarkable as the weather was really chilly there.

Aika was safe and warm, the crew contacted the local village and got in touch with Aika’s owners. Aika’s owners came within hours and she was safely back to her village.

The family was really pleased to have Aika back. According to them, Aika did not go anywhere without them and they had no idea how she got there.

Thank you, the Russian crew, who helped the dog in need and saved her life. Aika is very happy to be back with her family.

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