This is the dramatic moment a dog which plummeted 65ft down a cliff was found by firefighters without a single scratch.
Excitable spaniel Chester scampered off the edge after losing his footing during walkies at a popular beauty spot.
His terrified owner feared he was a goner after his wails from the treacherous rockface suddenly stopped.
But the lucky pooch had landed on a narrow ledge just inches from a sheer drop of almost 100ft.
Firefighters dashed to the cliffs at Titterstone Clee Hill in Shropshire after Chester’s owner dialled 999 on Tuesday (17/8) morning.
A specialist rope rescue team from Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service spent an hour carefully clambering down the rocks to reach Chester.
The firefighter used dog biscuits to coax Chester into a rescue basket before lowering him to the ground.
Station manager of Shrewsbury Fire Station Scott Bishop said: “The owner said Chester had gone straight over the side and they had spent about an hour trying to coax him back with food but with no luck.
“Our specialist rope rescue team retrieved the dog after it had fallen 20 metres down a cliff at Titterstone Clee Hill.
“One firefighter descended from the top of the cliff using ropes, before rescuing Chester and safely delivering him to his owners at the bottom.”