The rescue operation took a total of five hours and involved 16 team members of the Wasdale Mountain Rescue Team.
Normally, St. Bernard dogs rescue humans on the mountains due to their great sense of direction and resistance to cold temperatures. Over a span of almost 200 years, the dogs saved about 2,000 people, according to the magazine.
Sixteen volunteers from Wasdale Mountain Rescue Team spent almost five hours making their way up Scafell Pike and helping retrieve the injured pet after receiving a call from Cumbria Police.
"Displaying signs of pain in her rear legs and refusing to move, Daisy's owners were able to keep her well hydrated and fed until team members were able to get on the scene with a stretcher to help get them moving again", they wrote.
From high hills and rocks to even a waterfall, the group stated it dealt with lots of barriers throughout their trek.
Video from the five-hour evacuation showed the team fording a river and hauling the stretcher over a fence.
The owners of the dog who collapsed while descending England's tallest mountain says she's recovering well after a mountain rescue team helped her to safety.
Daisy was "back to her usual high spirits" after a good night's sleep, the rescue team said.
Authorities said that after seeking advice on pain relief, they were able to obtain a "little persuasion" from Daisy with "many" treats, and managed to administer some pain relief for the trip.
"It had become quickly apparent that Daisy's cooperation was going to be essential if we were to make progress as Daisy made sure we knew that if she didn't want to do something, she wasn't going to do it".