Unlucky dog freed by firefighters after getting head stuck in tyre

Firefighters in Texas have revealed one of their nicer calls of the week – tending to a dog with her head stuck in a car tyre.

The unlucky boxer was driven to the fire station in Grand Prairie on March 14 after her owner realised what she had done.

The crew then had to use a small saw to cut the rim of the wheel to free the unlucky boxer.

Firefighters had to rescue this hapless pooch after it got its head stuck in a wheel rim. The owner of the unlucky boxer dog was left stunned when he discovered his curious pet with its head stuck through the metal rim of one of his wheels on Thursday, March 14. However, the quick thinking owner knew exactly what to do. He loaded up the dog, and the wheel, into the back of his truck and rushed over to Fire station 6 in Grand Praire, Texas. It took the firefighters approximately an hour to cut the rim apart enough for the dog to pull herself out. According to the rescuers, it was especially hard to free the animal since the pup had so much extra skin around her neck. The owners, like the dog, were very thankful and relieved. A spokesperson for Grad Praire Fire, said: "Our buddy was pleased to see Station 6 B-shift come to his rescue! The rim had to be cut apart using a small saw to make room for the dog's head to pull out. He thanked them with plenty of doggy kisses!". 15 Mar 2019 Pictured: Boxer dog with head stuck in wheel. Photo credit: Grand Prairie Fire / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
The unlucky dog had to be freed by firefighters (Picture: Grand Prairie Fire / MEGA)

It took approximately an hour to cut the rim apart enough for the dog to pull herself out.

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According to the rescuers, it was especially hard to free the animal since she had so much extra skin around her neck.

But it seemed the dog was very grateful to have been freed, rewarding the team with ‘doggy kisses’.

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The Grand Prairie Fire Department tweeted afterwards: ‘Our buddy was pleased to see Station 6 B-shift come to his rescue!

Firefighters had to rescue this hapless pooch after it got its head stuck in a wheel rim. The owner of the unlucky boxer dog was left stunned when he discovered his curious pet with its head stuck through the metal rim of one of his wheels on Thursday, March 14. However, the quick thinking owner knew exactly what to do. He loaded up the dog, and the wheel, into the back of his truck and rushed over to Fire station 6 in Grand Praire, Texas. It took the firefighters approximately an hour to cut the rim apart enough for the dog to pull herself out. According to the rescuers, it was especially hard to free the animal since the pup had so much extra skin around her neck. The owners, like the dog, were very thankful and relieved. A spokesperson for Grad Praire Fire, said: "Our buddy was pleased to see Station 6 B-shift come to his rescue! The rim had to be cut apart using a small saw to make room for the dog's head to pull out. He thanked them with plenty of doggy kisses!". 15 Mar 2019 Pictured: Boxer dog with head stuck in wheel. Photo credit: Grand Prairie Fire / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
The team said they were rewarded with ‘doggy kisses’ (Picture: MEGA)

‘The rim had to be cut apart using a small saw to make room for the dog’s head to pull out. He thanked them with plenty of doggy kisses!’

One resident of the area then responded by adding: ‘Boxers, such lovable messes!’