A LITTLE dog had a lucky escape yesterday evening, November 30, after being stuck on a 115 foot high north Pembrokeshire cliff.

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Little Tilly was stuck about 20 feet above above the sea. 

Shortly after 5pm, St Davids Coastguard Rescue Team and HM Coastguard Fishguard were called to the cliff at Ynys Fach, near Porthgain.

Western Telegraph:

Battling through dark, wet, and windy conditions, the teams managed to reunite the petrified pooch with its owners.

Western Telegraph:

Tilly, who suffered just a cut head, was reunited some four hours later with her local owners.

Posting on social media, St Davids Coastguard Rescue Team said: “After careful consideration and planning, the two teams worked brilliantly together to undertake a long, difficult, successful rescue in dark, wet, and windy conditions.

“A great outcome, with one very happy dog returned to her owners.

“Both teams returned to their stations at 9pm.

“Huge thanks to all involved. Special thanks to the owners of Henllys Farm for assisting with an access route across their land.”

PICTURES: St Davids Coastguard Rescue Team.