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Dog Called Sweep Rescued from Gosport Moat by Fire Crews

Fire crews from Gosport, Fareham and Cosham have successful rescued a dog called Sweep this afternoon.
Fire crews were called to the animal rescue after the alarm was raised by sweep’s owners just after 3pm on Thursday afternoon. The small dog had become entrapped in the front of the moat.


The three fire crews and the specialist water rescue unit from Fareham was mobilised to the scene to free the animal at Fort Brockhurst, Gosport. The RSPCA was also called to the scene. The black spaniel was rescued using a small boat a reunited with its grateful owner. Crews left the scene just after 3.30pm.