Dog rescued from cliff gets new name and home

The dog, appropriately named Cliff, met his new family Thursday

Cliff was rescued by Clackamas County sheriff's deputies on May 8 and has found a new home. (Clackamas County Sheriff's office)

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — The dog rescued from a cliff along the Clackamas River early in May has found a new home.

Cliff was rescued by Clackamas County sheriff's deputies on May 8 and has found a new home. (Clackamas County Sheriff's office)
Cliff was rescued by Clackamas County sheriff’s deputies on May 8 and has found a new home. (Clackamas County Sheriff’s office)

The Clackamas County Sheriff’s office marine patrol received a 911 call on May 8 stating there was a dog about 30 feet down a 100-foot-tall cliff and the dog was in distress. The dog had somehow got himself stuck on the cliff where he couldn’t climb up or down.

He was taken to the Clackmas County Animal Shelter and deputies attempted to find his owner. When no owner came forward, the dog was given the appropriate name Cliff and put up for adoption.

Cliff’s new owners, Mikayla and Reggie, took Cliff home Thursday. The Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office shared video of Cliff meeting his new owners on Facebook:

 

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