Bulldog rescued by the RSPCA after getting stuck in a wall

A bulldog in Swansea was rescued by the RSPCA after she got stuck between a rock and a hard place.

The RSPCA were contacted after the dog got trapped in a back garden, between a wall and a fence, on Heol Cleddau in Waunarlwydd last Tuesday, 20 November’.

An RSPCA animal collection officer came and said Roxy the bulldog seemed ‘remarkable pleased with herself to have got into such a pickle’. What a cutie.

A plucky bulldog found herself stuck between a rock and a hard place - when she became trapped in a tiny garden gap. Adventurous Roxy managed to squeeze into a garden wall and a fence but couldn't work her way out. Her owner tried to pull her free but Roxy was stuck in the garden in Swansea, South Wales for around three hours. Pictured here is Roxy with Ellie West from the RSPCA. ? WALES NEWS SERVICE
(Picture: RSPCA/WALES NEWS SERVICE)

Footage of the rescue was captured by action camera, as two RSPCA officers – inspector Julie Fadden and ACO Ellie West – were able to lift her out, run precautionary welfare checks and return Roxy to her owners.

Roxy spent approximately three hours trapped – but, fortunately, RSPCA officers were able to reach the Waunarlwydd property and free Roxy within 40 minutes of receiving the call.

A plucky bulldog found herself stuck between a rock and a hard place - when she became trapped in a tiny garden gap. Adventurous Roxy managed to squeeze into a garden wall and a fence but couldn't work her way out. Her owner tried to pull her free but Roxy was stuck in the garden in Swansea, South Wales for around three hours. ?? WALES NEWS SERVICE
(Picture: RSPCA/WALES NEWS SERVICE)

Ellie said: ‘Poor Roxy was unable to move free – but she was very calm, and seemed remarkably pleased with herself to have got into such a pickle!

‘Thankfully, we were quickly able to get to her, securely pull her from the tight gap, and return her to her very relieved owners.

‘It was very awkward to free her, so we needed two officers – but, thankfully, Roxy was absolutely fine. We love nothing more than a happy ending and RSPCA Cymru is just happy we were able to help this dog in her hour of need.’