There was a rescue involving a St. Bernard in Billings, Mont., but this time it was the humans who saved the day.
A 16-month-old St. Bernard named Duke apparently fell through the ice on a golf-course pond after escaping from his yard. He was able to pull himself out but ended up getting frozen to the ice.
A maintenance worker saw the dog and got help. Two firefighters in dry suits pushed an ice rescue sled over about 10 feet of hip-deep water and 10 feet of ice to reach the shivering, 118-pound dog.
The firefighters broke the ice around Duke's tail with a mallet before hauling the dog and a chunk of ice back to shore.
Duke was feeling better after being de-iced and warmed up under a blow dryer at a veterinary clinic.
The Associated Press: Sometimes even St. Bernards need rescuing