Baltic, the Polish dog rescued from the frigid Baltic Sea after a long journey on an ice floe, is again braving those waters - this time safely onboard the ship whose crew saved him.
Wearing a bright orange lifejacket, Baltic embarked on Wednesday on a three-day mission alongside his new owner Adam Buczynski, a seaman who pulled him to safety from an ice sheet in the Baltic Sea last month.
Mr. Buczynski said the dog seemed stressed by the commotion of preparing the trip. In footage shown on Polish TV, Baltic sat on his lap, his head buried between Mr. Buczynski’s legs.
Ewa Bardziej—-rzyzankowska, spokeswoman for the Sea Fisheries Institute in Gdynia, co-owner of the ship, said the crew is taking anti-nausea pills for Baltic in case he gets sea sick.