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Dog survives 10 days on Snowdonia
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The animal has been rescued from the mountain in Wales after its owner fell and had to be rescued by helicopter. The noise of the helicopter made the dog run away and it has been living rough since.

Sutty was found alive and well by two people out climbing.

The animal was whimpering on a ledge and looked frightened and weak.

He was rescued and is thin but otherwise in good heath considering his ordeal.

Sutty's 60-year old owner remains in hospital and the family is delighted to know the animal is now safe and well.

The man fell 150m and was seriously hurt.

He is being treated in a hospital near Birmingham.

For full details see this story on the BBC.

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