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How Tenby lifeboat crew rescued Spice the Labrador

30 October 2013 Last updated at 13:14 GMT

A pet dog has been rescued by lifeboat after plummeting 40ft (12m) off cliffs in Pembrokeshire while on holiday with his owners.

Chocolate Labrador Spice had to doggy-paddle in the sea for 40 minutes until picked up by a lifeboat close to Stackpole Quay near Pembroke.

Spice, who had been tiring from his unscheduled swim, was rescued and reunited with his owners, from Lincoln.

They had watched his struggle from the cliff top.

A member of the Tenby lifeboat crew filmed the rescue - and the moment Spice was reunited with his owners.

RNLI footage

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