1-year-old dog rescued from flooded Ohio River

1-year-old dog rescued from flooded Ohio River
"Frosty" the dog was rescued from flooded the Ohio River Friday, said police. (Source: SPCA Cincinnati)

CALIFORNIA, Ohio (FOX19) - A 1-year-old Great Pyrenees was rescued Friday from the flooded Ohio River in California, according to police.

Police say “Frosty” was in a flooded backwater area along I-275, near the 5900 block of Berte Street.

“The dog survived a lot to that point, managing to find support on floating logs,” said SPCA Cincinnati’s Sgt. Conners.

Sgt. Conners says he could see the sense of relief in her eyes when she was rescued.

SPCA Cincinnati says Frosty is safe and resting.

“She is the sweetest thing, allowing our staff to care for all of her immediate needs,” said the SPCA Cincinnati in a Facebook post.

Those who want to help Frosty can visit spcacincinnati.org.

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