This Puppy Got Herself In Quite A Predicament After Her Curiosity Got The Best Of Her

7/6/2017

Jasmine Williams was at work in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, like any other day, when she got a call from her boyfriend to come outside. She toldThe Dodo:

He said, ‘I need you to come outside, but I need you not to freak out. And I’m like, ‘What’s going on?'

She walked out and looked in the trunk of his car to see one sad little face staring back at her.

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Source: Blue Pearl Veterinary Partners

One of Williams' four dogs, Jade, had managed to get her head stuck in a tire trying to chase a kitten, and couldn't get herself out.They immediately called the SPCA, but they told her to call the police. The police told her to call 911, and they told her that they couldn't help her.

At this point, I’m going crazy on Google and I’m crying, and that’s when I found a number to an emergency animal specialist, so I called them.
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Source: Blue Pearl Veterinary Partners

She got in contact with theVeterinary Specialty & Emergency Centerin Philadelphia, and they told her to come right in.Jenny Davis, a vet technician there, explained:

Jade was bright and alert but she was extremely exhausted. She was just so worked up and anxious from being stuck in there.

They gave the puppy a tranquilizer which calmed her down, and managed to slowly shimmy her out of there.

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Source: Blue Pearl Veterinary Partners

Thankfully, the dog was back to her sweet, playful self once she was free from the confinement.

She gave us lots of kisses, and as you’ll see in the photos, she kind of posed with the tire like she defeated it. 

Williams continued:

As soon as we got home, she jumped out of the car and ran into the house — up and down the steps, playing with the other dogs. She was like back to her happy routine like nothing ever happened.
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Source: Blue Pearl Veterinary Partners

While Jade made it out alright, the vet team would like to remind pet owners to keep and eyes on their dogs, especially puppies, if there are things lying around.

They tend to get themselves stuck in just about anything.

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