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Dog rescued while swimming 220km off Thailand

The Age Tuesday, 16 April 2019 ()
Dog rescued while swimming 220km off ThailandA dog found swimming more than 220 kilometres from shore by workers on an oil rig crew in the Gulf of Thailand has been returned safely to land.
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News video: Dog stranded in the Gulf of Thailand is rescued by oil rig workers and given a warm welcome on dry land

Dog stranded in the Gulf of Thailand is rescued by oil rig workers and given a warm welcome on dry land 01:59

Local animal rescue groups greet the dog, which was rescued nearly 220km away from shore on an oil rig. Video Credit: Facebook / Dog Smile House, Vitisak Payalaw

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