West Sacramento fire crews free dog from metal fence

Dogs can often squeeze themselves into spaces that are so tight, it’s simply amazing how they can get through it anyway. But what if the dog somehow miscalculates, and tries to squeeze himself through a hole that is actually too tight? One such case happened in West Sacramento. The Fire Department was called by a passersby who has found a German shepherd dog trapped under a metal fence.

The Fire Department had to rescue the trapped dog using some metal pliers. The owner of the dog was also there, and they could together rescue the dog back to freedom.

A Facebook post said that the crews were happy to report, that the dog was doing just fine, and is healthy and happy.

Check out this video about how the Fire Department managed to rescue this dog who trapped himself under a fence:

 
 
 
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