Family’s shock after they realise Samson the 60kg St Bernard had gone missing

Family’s shock after they realise Samson the 60kg St Bernard is on the ROOF of their house – after the ‘dozy’ dog climbed up via the garage

The hunt for a lost dog usually involves putting up flyers.

But this family only had to look up to the roof of their home to find their pooch. 

Kyle Barrett, 32, was visiting family with his wife, children and their 60kg St Bernard Samson when everyone noticed the dog had vanished. 

The family, from Lymm, Cheshire, had to coax the one-year-old puppy down after he found his way onto an exciting new sniffing place on Saturday.

Father-of-one Mr Barrett, who works in IT, said Samson was surefooted and managed to climb back down with ease.

The 60kg St Bernard had vanished

Kyle Barrett, 32, was visiting family with his wife, children and their 60kg St Barnard Samson when everyone noticed the dog had vanished

The family, from Lymm, Cheshire, had to coax the one-year-old puppy down from the roof after he found his way onto an exciting new sniffing place on Saturday

The family, from Lymm, Cheshire, had to coax the one-year-old puppy down from the roof after he found his way onto an exciting new sniffing place on Saturday

Father-of-one Mr Barrett (pictured), who works in IT, said Samson was surefooted and managed to climb back down with ease

Father-of-one Mr Barrett (pictured), who works in IT, said Samson was surefooted and managed to climb back down with ease

But he was slightly nervous the ‘dozy’ dog would fall after he climbed up onto the tiles via the garage. 

He said: ‘We could hear this loud banging and realised at the same time we couldn’t find the dog. I was a bit surprised – it’s not every day you see a 60kg St Bernard wandering around on the roof.

‘I did panic a little that the dozy b****r might fall off, but luckily he’s fairly surefooted. I guess he just wanted to have a bit of a wander.’

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