Dogs are known for their playful and curious nature, but sometimes this can lead to trouble. They don’t always assess the risks involved in their adventures and can end up in sticky situations. A prime example of this occurred when a dog in Arbyrd, Missouri got its head trapped in a pipe. The situation was so severe that the Kennett Fire Department had to be called to rescue the homeless pup. It’s a reminder that even our furry friends need to be mindful of their actions.
Upon arrival, the rescuers quickly realized the severity of the situation. As per Kait 8’s report on May 20th, at around 8:00 am, the animal was found trapped in the Black Gold Potato Field area. The rescue operation was no easy feat and required a combination of skilled personnel and advanced equipment to save her. It took the firefighters an arduous five hours to finally free the animal from the tube by cutting it open.
According to Paul Spain, the fire chief, they were very cautious about the location and method of cutting. He also mentioned that keeping the animal calm was a challenging task.
“We managed to reduce it significantly. As mentioned by Spain, the helpless creature was exhausted, severely lacking in fluids, and starving.”
Actually, the dog had to be transported to Kennett Veterinary Clinic still carrying a tube attached to her. It was only there that the vets put her under anesthesia and extracted the remaining metal pieces that were causing her distress.
Spain expressed that the dog was showing signs of excitement as the pipe was being taken off which resulted in a great outcome. For many pet owners, their pets are just as important as humans. Spain was grateful to have received a phone call about the rescue. The firefighter also mentioned that the dog would be going to a good home.