A Dachsie and a Doberman Pinscher are both rescued from the flood waters in Kerala’s Palakkad district.
The rescue operation was carried out by a rescue squad led by an officer from the Palakkar Police Station.
A Dachse is a German shepherd breed that is named after Dachs, a German prince who died in a car crash at the age of 21.
The rescuers said the rescue operation lasted around 45 minutes.
A rescue team, comprising a rescue officer and dog trainer, used a specially adapted water tank and ladder to rescue the dogs from the waters in the district.
Read more This is the second rescue operation by the Palokkar police to rescue rescued animals in the past month.
In May, two rescued dogs, named Keshavan and Keshavati, were rescued from a river in the town of Palakker.