Coast Guard rescues man’s best friend

By on May 15, 2022

(Photos by U.S. Coast Guard Station Hatteras Inlet)
(Photos by U.S. Coast Guard Station Hatteras Inlet)
(Photos by U.S. Coast Guard Station Hatteras Inlet)
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(U.S. Coast Guard)

The U.S. Coast Guard Station at Hatteras Inlet posted this message about a four-legged rescue from the Pamlico Sound on Saturday, May 14.

Here’s the story.

While conducting law enforcement missions aboard CG24508, a call came over Channel 16 about a vessel that had lost their dog Myla overboard in Pamlico Sound. Shortly after, lookouts on CG24508 spotted movement on the calm waters and upon closer inspection, saw a dog swimming toward the boat.

The crew made way toward the distressed dog and hauled Myla on board. After a quick inspection to ensure no injuries, the exhausted pup was given VIP treatment by the crew and was eventually reunited with its owners.

Visit the U.S. Coast Guard Station at Hatteras Inlet Facebook page for more photos and a video.

 

 

 

 




Comments

  • C A

    Great job Coast Guard Pros! I bet Myla was exhausted, that sweet girl. Glad y’all got her, and she was ok too. 4 legged treasure for sure!

    Sunday, May 15 @ 9:55 pm
  • Pam

    Thank you 💖

    Monday, May 16 @ 7:18 am
  • WindyBill

    Great job Coast Guard people! Yes, it is worth my tax dollars!

    Monday, May 16 @ 2:08 pm
  • Travis

    Happy for the dog, but man, I’ve got questions. How is it your dog goes overboard and you don’t try to save it yourself? I’d ask the dog if it wanted to go back with such inattentive owners.

    Monday, May 16 @ 3:42 pm
  • Glenn

    Great job! Thank you to the men & women of the USCG!

    Monday, May 16 @ 6:21 pm