Well, it happened again, another Minnesota dog got stuck on a roof, this time in Ramsey.  A dog that probably scared the daylights out of its owners, and their neighbors, after getting stuck on the roof of a Minnesota townhome has been “safely returned inside,” according to a social media posted by the Ramsey Police Department.

The Ramsey Police Department shared the photos in a Facebook post on Friday, revealing to what both police and firefighters responded to on Thursday morning.

Ramsey Police in the post stated that "the dog had pushed out the screen window on the second floor and apparently wasn’t able to find its way back inside the townhome."

According to the St. Paul Pioneer Press "a firefighter provided the ladder, and a police officer climbed up to the roof edge and waited, as the spaniel ran back and forth, at times coming perilously close to the edge."

The dog did eventually get close enough to the ladder and the officer was able to grab him by the collar. The officer was then able to herd the dog back in through the open window and closed it.

It’s the second dog-on-a-roof rescue this month in the north metro.

On June 8 firefighters in Spring Lake Park had to help a 180-pound St. Bernard named Whiskey who got stuck on the roof of the overhang at a side door of his home.

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