Coastguard rescues sheep dog stranded on cliff face
The coastguard and RNLI attended the rescue, using ropes to bring Meg to safety.
Teams from the coastguard and RNLI have rescued a dog stuck 20ft down a cliff face.
A farmer raised the alarm shortly before noon when his working sheep dog Meg became stranded over the cliff.
Coastguard rescue teams from Kilchoan, Tobermory and Saline went to the site on the south side of Ardnamurchan Point, on the west coast, where they were assisted by the Tobermory Lifeboat.
One of the team was lowered over the cliff on a rope to rescue Meg, who was uninjured.
Tobermory Coastguard said: "It was a great multi agency rescue with coastguard teams from Kilchoan CRT, Salen CRT, Tobermory CRT and Tobermory RNLI helping wee Meg.
"It was a successful technical rope rescue - with the help of a few doggy biscuits!"