Stranded dog found swimming 130 miles off Thailand shore rescued

Stranded dog found swimming 130 miles off Thailand shore rescued

The rig's crew came to the dog's rescue after they found her struggling to keep her head above water as she paddled through the ocean.

A dog has been rescued after being found swimming in the Gulf of Thailand - 135 miles from shore.

Payalaw wrote that the dog did not make a noise while he cling to the pole and that the workers raced to tie a rope around his neck so he wouldn't be swept away by waves, according to the Bangkok Post. The brown dog stayed on the rig for two nights, reports Newsflare, and was fed well by the rig's staff.

Video footage also shows heartwarming moment the Boonrod arrived at the Songkhla pier in southern Thailand Monday morning, after which she was transported to a veterinary clinic to be checked out.

(Vitisak Payalaw) Workers from the Chevron Thailand Exploration and Production Ltd. oil rig rescued a dog swimming 137 miles offshore in the Gulf of Thailand on Friday. Thankfully the sea was quite still because the wind was calm.

"Finally, we made a decision to tie a rope around his neck and pull him to our site", Vitisak wrote. She had lost her body water.

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"When he gave her water and minerals, her symptoms improved".

Oil rig workers crouch with the pup.

Animal charity volunteers who are now caring for the dog do not know if she has an owner or if she was a stray.

It is unclear how the dog ended up so far from shore, but the rig workers believe the pooch may have fallen off a boat.

Once she reached the rig, workers nursed Boonrod back to health while they radioed for help and requested a tanker that was returning to shore to pick her up. He was warmly greeted by animal lovers from Watchdog Thailand and veterinarians.

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