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Rescuers help small dog get head out of a jar

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Indianapolis, Indiana – According to the Indianapolis Fire Department, a small puppy found itself in a difficult situation.

At 12:56 p.m., the Indianapolis Fire Department arrived. In response to reports of a dog whose head was jammed in a Mason jar, Friday took action.

In the 9000 block of East Washington Street, there was a parking lot where the chihuahua mix was on the loose. That’s close to Washington Square Mall in a shopping area.

The dog was not going to be captured so easily, of course.

The male dog was swiftly captured by firefighters, who also made sure to keep it calm by giving it a warm towel. The Mason jar was then carefully twisted off by them.

After being washed up and given cookies, the dog was returned to the station. It was unidentified. One firefighter considered keeping the puppy and finding it a permanent home if no one claimed it.

The Indianapolis Animal Care Services can be reached at 317-327-1397 or through their website, Indy Lost Pet Alert, if anyone has any information.

 

 

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