Rosey the chihuahua-pug cross is lucky to be alive after falling more than halfway down the side of an ancient volcano on Haida Gwaii.  
The incident occurred on Tow Hill in Naikoon Provincial Park where a sign warns owners to keep pets leashed because ten dogs have previously died after falling from the cliff.
“It was completely vertical. If I dropped a rock of the edge it wouldn’t hit anything until it got to the bottom, except that one little crop of shrubs that managed to somehow grab it,” said Chris Ashurst, a team member of Archipelago Search and Rescue.
Rescuers spent about three hours scaling the cliff on Tuesday night, but by the time they reached the ledge it was too dark and Rosey refused to come out of the bushes.
When the team returned on Wednesday, they brought a drone operator who began searching from the bottom of the cliff.
“We kind of worried it …
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