Houston SPCA or Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals I recently took to their Twitter account to share the story of how they rescued a dog stuck in a mud hole. While the organization shared the information via social media platforms and added a caption with the following: “Injured animal rescue ambulance en route to campus with Great Pyrenees with an injured leg that had been trapped in a hole.” According to this report was published on the official website of KHOU. HoustonA Concerned Citizen of the Southwest, a Houston-based news organization Call to report an eight-month-old Great Pyrenees dog has been trapped in a hole along Regg Drive near Sims Bayou.
Additionally, the report states that the dog was unable to move after lodging due to a badly injured leg. When the animal rescue ambulance from the shelter arrived and was able to safely remove the pup from his mud-filled home and transport him to the hospital. Houston SPCA Animal Medical Center. The animal was cleaned and all limb injuries treated. The Houston SPCA hopes that in a few days, the owner of the Great Pyrenees will come to collect him. Photos Acceptable forms of ownership documentation include veterinarian and owner documents. If not claimed immediately, the shelter will add the puppy to its adoption program.
Take a look below at the tweet
The Tweet was shared on August 16 and received praise from animal lovers who hailed the rescue.