Ted being walked by 12-year-old Zak Barnett (left) and mum Gemma. The massive 12-stone pooch that survived a 150 foot fall off a cliff in Morwenstow, Cornwall, landing on a ledge just above jagged rocks. The two-year-old Newfoundland puppy, described by Falmouth Coastguard as being like a small pony, was rescued by a team of 14 search and rescue volunteers using cradles and pullies. Ted was on holiday with his family Gemma (mum) Lee Barnett (dad) , son Zak (12), daughter Xanthe (7), son Tate (5) from Coventry when he decided to leap off the cliff. His only injury a slightly grazed nose. (Photograph by Jonathan Pow | http://jonathanpow.com | REF: POW_120819_191317)
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