Constable Dan Berube of the Halifax Regional Police Department and his K-9 partner Jynx pressed through thick brush, downed logs, and up a steep hillside as they searched for the missing toddler. - Image courtesy of Halifax Regional Police Department / Twitter. 

Constable Dan Berube of the Halifax Regional Police Department and his K-9 partner Jynx pressed through thick brush, downed logs, and up a steep hillside as they searched for the missing toddler.

Image courtesy of Halifax Regional Police Department / Twitter. 

A K-9 and his handler recently rescued a three-year-old girl who had wandered into a wooded area near her home in Nova Scotia.

According to CBC, Constable Dan Berube of the Halifax Regional Police Department and his K-9 partner Jynx pressed through thick brush, downed logs, and up a steep hillside as they searched for the missing toddler.

Halifax Regional Fire and Emergency had already sent a drone team to the area as police rescue teams began to scour the area for the missing girl.

Berube knew from his training that missing children often go downhill, but the child's mother said that she is "a climber" and was likely headed up the hill. So Berube and Jynx headed uphill and eventually located the girl in a pile of pine brush.

The first thing the girl said as they located her was "Doggie!"

 

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