It started at the South Pole, Jake and Everest were canoeing towards Chilly Cove to do some penguin watching. They brought some fish with them to feed the penguins. Jake called them over and the penguins began to swim towards their snack. Then, Jake handed the bucket of fish for them to have, and he and Everest were enjoying their penguin watching. But then, Everest discovered a penguin chick stuck on the island. Everest had decided to call him Waddle. Waddle was too young to swim and penguins can't fly, so Jake came up with an idea.
Minutes later, Jake and Everest were finished building a homemade bridge made of canoes and snowboards duck-taped together for Waddle to cross over. Waddle was a little scared to cross, but luckily, Everest knew what to do, she and Jake began to waddle like the penguins for Waddle to follow them. But as they were getting closer to shore, an ice flow came by and knocked the bridge loose with Everest, Jake, and Waddle stuck on it. Now, that the bridge is floating down to open water, the penguins have the paddles, and no way to move or steer. Jake began to call the PAW Patrol.
Meanwhile at the Lookout in Adventure Bay, the PAW Patrol was doing some butterfly watching. Marshall was on top a tree branch to see better, but he was about to fall off, so Chase shot out his net for Marshall to land on. And, as Marshall landed on the net, a butterfly landed on his nose and use its wings to cover his eyes. Ryder got Jake's call about him, Everest, and Waddle stranded on the floating bridge that they needed help to get back. Ryder said he and the pups are on their way, called Robo-Dog to start the Air Patroller, and then the pups to summoned to their plane. As the pups were about to get onboard, Marshall got his ankle stuck on Chase's net and rolls towards the pups and crash.
As everyone was ready, Ryder asked Robo-Dog to pick up Rocky's pup-house and set a course to the South Pole. Robo-Dog obeyed as he used the crane to pick up Rocky's house and they all flew off. Ryder told the pups about Everest, Jake, and Waddle needing help to get their bridge back. He hired Rocky to use his tugboat to tow the bridge back where it belongs, and Zuma to use his thermal flight suit and air/sea jet pack to steer the bridge around icebergs. The Air Patroller had reached the homemade bridge, Zuma and Rocky flew down, and Ryder ejected and landed on an ice flow. Then, Robo-Dog released Rocky's house as it turned into a tugboat for Rocky to drive.
Zuma got onto the water and got into precision. Luckily, he was wearing a thermal suit to keep him warm. Rocky needed a towline to pull the bridge back, so Ryder asked Everest to fire her grappling hook towards the boat. Everest fired her hook, Rocky caught it with his boat's crane, and Jake hooked the other hook onto the bridge. Then, Rocky began to pull the bridge back, while Zuma started to steer it around icebergs.
Then suddenly, Rocky's tugboat stopped going forward and started going backward, and so was the bridge. Everyone turned around to see what's happening, and they'd discovered a giant whirlpool pulling them strong. Rocky's tugboat didn't have enough power to pull the bridge away, they need another way to loose it. Luckily, Ryder had a plan, he asked Robo-Dog fly above the bridge. Then, he asked Rocky to launch his buoy for Zuma to catch. Zuma caught the buoy and brought it to Jake. Jake hold onto the buoy, while Zuma was using the rope to wrap it around the bridge and come up on the other side. Jake took the rope and tied it onto the buoy. Then, asked Jake lift the buoy high enough, and Rocky to release Everest's towline. As Rocky let's it go, he was able to move forward away from the whirlpool. Then, Ryder asked Robo-Dog to lower the crane grab the buoy and lift the bridge away from the whirlpool. Robo-Dog had finally lifted the bridge up, and everyone was saved.
The Air Patroller had reached Chilly Cove and lowered the bridge back where it belongs. And Waddle was able have some fishy treats. Everest and Jake thanked the PAW Patrol for saving them, and Ryder said, "Whenever the penguins have a problem, just squawk for help."