A worried spectator has appealed to find the owner of a small dog named Henry who had to be rescued after plunging into a frozen lake in Roundhay Park.
The incident took place yesterday (Sunday) when the popular beauty-spot was partly frozen as temperatures plummeted.
The concerned witness, who wishes to remain anonymous, wrote on Facebook about how a 'little dog called Henry' ran onto the ice before it broke and fell in.
Bystanders rushed to the aid of poor Henry in a desperate bid to get him our of the freezing water, according to the spectator, with one 'brave lad' stripping off with the intention of entering the water to retrieve Henry, but was persuaded not to.
READ MORE: The 10 best and worst Leeds areas for ants, bedbugs and cockroaches according to Leeds Council
The witness said: "The dog went under more than once and our hearts sank with him.
"After 20 minutes of combined efforts got him out. Well done to all involved."
READ MORE: These are the 30 worst GP surgeries in Leeds for making an appointment, according to their patients
Now the witness wants to hear from Henry's owners, to ease his mind on the condition of the little canine.
He added: "If anyone knows Henry’s owner, we would like to know that he is OK.
READ MORE: Leeds soldier was planning to come home for Christmas and spend New Year in Paris, inquest told
"I saw him with his owner afterwards and looked very poorly. I hope he has received treatment and recovered."