Police officers, firefighters, and first responders dedicate their lives to keeping their communities safe and responding to any emergency at all hours of the day and on any day of the year no matter what.
So while many families spent this past Sunday morning celebrating Easter and hunting for Easter eggs, a dedicated group of two police officers from the Sealy Police Department and three firefighters from the Sealy Fire Department in Texas spent their day hard at work rescuing a tiny puppy that got herself in a bit of trouble.
The puppy, like most other dogs, likes to chew on anything she can get her paws on, and while making a chew toy out of her owner’s frying pan, she accidentally got her bottom jaw stuck in a hole on the handle of the frying pan and was left hopelessly stuck on the handle.
The puppy’s owners tried to carefully slide the pan off of her mouth, but after a few failed attempts they were afraid they’d hurt her and decided to call 911 for some professional help. Soon after, two officers and three firefighters arrived at the family’s home and immediately got to work.
After carefully working the puppy’s mouth loose, they finally managed to slip her jaw free and returned the puppy to her worried owner. “Here is an Easter Sunday story of how wonderful small town values and close-knit first responders can make someone (or some puppy’s) day a little better,” the Sealy Police Department wrote in a post to Facebook.
Watch the entire video below to see how these heroes managed to free a tiny puppy whose jaw got stuck in a pan handle.
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[Featured image: Sealy Police Department]