A four-year-old Labrador from Glasgow has survived a horrific 30-foot fall from a bridge, thanks to PDSA vets.\r\n\r\nOwner Elizabeth Brydon (36) was out walking in Glasgow's Linn Park with her beloved pooch when, without warning, he suddenly jumped up over the wall of the bridge, plummeting onto the rocky river bed below.\r\n\r\nDistraught owner Elizabeth said: \u201cIt all seemed to happen in slow-motion. I remember seeing him in mid-air, feeling utterly helpless.\r\n\r\n\u201cI saw him motionless at the bottom of the bridge and I thought he was dead. There was very little water in the river, so he fell straight onto the rocks below. When I didn\u2019t see him moving, I thought we\u2019d lost him.\u201d\r\n\r\nElizabeth rushed down to stricken Chino and, to her amazement, found him alive. But he was in a very bad way. She took him straight to PDSA where he was given immediate pain-relief.\r\n\r\nPDSA vets confirmed he\u2019d suffered severe internal bruising and a punctured lung.\r\n\r\nPDSA Vet Susan Hermit, said: \u201cPoor Chino was in a critical condition when he came in. We gave him pain killers, and X-rays revealed he had suffered serious chest injuries. His lung had collapsed as a result of the impact and he had severe bruising all over his body. Incredibly though, he hadn\u2019t broken any bones.\r\n\r\n\u201cChino had to stay with us throughout the night, and we monitoring him closely to keep him comfortable and pain-free. We were able to send him home the next day, so he could recover in comfort with his owner. He is a very lucky dog not to have died that day.\u201d\r\n\r\nChino is making a remarkable recovery at home, and Elizabeth is over the moon to have her furry companion back where he should be, to provide love and comfort at Christmas.\r\n\r\n\u201cWe\u2019re so grateful to have him home,\u201d Elizabeth added. \u201cMy children have grown up and flown the nest, so he\u2019s like my baby now. He\u2019s been so well looked after by all the staff at PDSA throughout his recovery. He\u2019s already back to his cheeky ways and has made an incredibly quick recovery. He\u2019s my miracle dog.\u201d\r\n\r\nAnimal lovers can help our #SaveAStar campaign at\u00a0www.pdsa.org.uk\/star\u00a0or by texting STAR to 70020 to give a one-off donation of \u00a35 (you\u2019ll also be charged one standard rate message*).