Police officers reunited a dog with its owner after it was rescued from a pond in the 200 block of Pennsbury Court in Round Lake Beach Sunday evening. | Photo: Joe Shuman/J. Shuman Photography (2022)

A dog that went missing and ended up falling through ice on a small pond was rescued by firefighters in Round Lake Beach Sunday evening.

The Greater Round Lake Fire Protection District and Round Lake Beach Police Department responded around 5:05 p.m. Sunday to the 200 block of Pennsbury Court in Round Lake Beach.

A dog had gotten loose in the area, walked onto a pond, which was partially covered by ice, and fell through into the water.

Police officers reunited a dog with its owner after it was rescued from a pond in the 200 block of Pennsbury Court in Round Lake Beach Sunday evening. | Photo: Joe Shuman/J. Shuman Photography (2022)

A resident on Pennsbury Court said in an interview that his wife called 911 after he spotted the dog in the pond.

Police officers arrived to find the dog in distress and about to go under the water.

Firefighters arrived and were able to quickly rescue the dog from the retention pond. No one was injured during the rescue.

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A dog was reunited with its owner after it was rescued from a retention pond in the 200 block of Pennsbury Court in Round Lake Beach Sunday evening. | Photo: Joe Shuman/J. Shuman Photography (2022)

The dog was carried away from the water and wrapped in blankets.

Police were able to reunite the dog with its owner after calling the owner’s phone number listed on the dog’s tag.

The dog was reportedly transported to a local animal hospital for evaluation.