Lucky labrador Zak was rescued by firefighters from a hidden crevice after 53-hour ordeal.
It took a search party almost two days to find Zak, who had fallen head first into a hole on Shipley Glen, a Bradford beauty spot.
But then firefighters had to spend hours drilling through rocks before Zak could be pulled to safety from the 6ft deep, five-inch wide hole.
Zak and owner Andrew Eastell had another dog, border collie Moe, to thank for finding the hidden hole beneath the heather.
Mr Eastell was kicking a football around with Zak on New Year’s day when he suddenly disappeared.
Despite a frantic search of the area, he could not be found and it soon became dark.
He wasn’t found for another 47 hours, during which time Mr Eastell posted desperate pleas for help on Facebook and Twitter.
Among the search party was Crag Pennington and dog Moe who soon found Zak’s whereabouts - he was face down, stuck fast, in a tiny crevice. Around 40 people cheered as he was brought out.