190lb bull mastiff is carried from hiking trail after getting stuck with its ...

Bull mastiff weighing 190lb has to be carried down a hiking trail on a gurney after getting stuck two miles up a mountain with its owner Officials rescued Floyd, a 190-pound, 3-year-old Mastiff, and his owner on a trail in Millcreek Canyon near Salt Lake City, Utah Several hikers called to report that the two were unable to move Floyd and his owner were safely carried off the mountain

By James Gordon For Dailymail.com

Published: 23:22 BST, 14 October 2019 | Updated: 23:22 BST, 14 October 2019

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An enormous dog had to be rescued along with it's owner after getting stuck up a mountain in Utah on Sunday night.  

A team from Salt Lake County Search and Rescue raced into action in bringing down the large male Mastiff which weighed 190-pounds. 

The three-year-old dog became trapped with it's owner after becoming injured along a trail. 

Officials rescued Floyd, a 190-pound, 3-year-old Mastiff, and his owner on a trail in Millcreek Canyon near Salt Lake City, Utah

Officials rescued Floyd, a 190-pound, 3-year-old Mastiff, and his owner on a trail in Millcreek Canyon near Salt Lake City, Utah

Several hikers called to report that the two were unable to move so rescuers headed up the mountain before the weather got too cold

Several hikers called to report that the two were unable to move so rescuers headed up the mountain before the weather got too cold

Rescue crews said the 190-pound, 3-year-old Male Mastiff got injured about 2 miles up the trail

Rescue crews said the 190-pound, 3-year-old Male Mastiff got injured about 2 miles up the trail

Several hikers  ended up calling the police to report the dog was stuck and

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