The Albuquerque Fire Rescue (AFR) in New Mexico had to work for three hours to free a doggo named Jax. The doggo was out for a hike with its owners when it got stuck between two boulders.
– The Albuquerque Fire Rescue in New Mexico worked for three hours to rescue a dog.
– The dog slipped between two boulders and got stuck there.
– The rescuers were already showing signs of hypothermia on the third hour of the rescue but…
Accordingly, the doggo and its owners were on a hike near Bear Canyon in the area. The doggo then ran away from its owners and slipped between two boulders and ended up being wedged at the bottom of the rocks. One of the dog owners said they could not reach the doggo so they called 911.
Because it was too cold during the rescue, the dog owner said they were frightened because they did not know how much time they had. Also, they hear the doggo’s whimpers so it was painful for them to just listen and not do anything to help.
It is unclear how the rescue took place but in a post by the AFR, the officers deployed worked diligently and safely to rescue the doggo. Most of the rescuers even showed signs of hypothermia during the third hour of the rescue but they still continued to save the doggo.
The dog is now back home and is recovering.
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