Firefighters rescue a German shepherd trapped in the vicinity of a school

17 September 2020 - 18: 29

Firefighters of the Provincial Consortium of Dénia has come, this noon, to the rescue of a dog, specifically, a German Shepherd, who was trapped in the vicinity of a school in Dénia. It was 14:30 p.m. when the Dénia Fire Station received the notice from the animal shelter, requesting their help in this rescue.

As explained by the fire station sergeant to Dénia.com, apparently, the dog had escaped and was wandering, scared, through the streets of Dénia. The police had already tried to pick him up, but the dog, when fleeing, had entered a narrow space; specifically, between a concrete wall and a fence, of a school, about 15 centimeters wide, preventing access to rescue him.

Three firefighters and a vehicle have moved to the place, who have cut the fence to save the German shepherd.

The dog was in good health, although scared and did not have a chip and the protector has taken care of him, for the moment, waiting for the owner of the dog to be identified.

  1. Pili says:

    Bravissimo for these firefighters. great job thank you so much

  2. Corinne says:

    Firefighters rescuing lives. They are always the best. Thank you very much. I hope that the dog belongs to someone who really loves him and will return home soon. 🧡🐕🧡

    • Diego says:

      If that dog is a German shepherd, I am Félix Rodríguez de la Fuente fence domain of dog breeds that the one who has put the advertisement on the cover has, but in any case, long live those men who have saved that poor dog.

  3. Angeles says:

    What a beautiful job. Thanks to firefighters around the world, they deserve the best.

  4. Lorraine says:

    Wonderful, thanks for the interest shown and for the help to our dog friend. 🎉🎉👋👋👋👋👋👋👋👋👋👋👋👋👋

  5. Mari says:

    Thank you very much for rescuing this dog because the animals unfortunately leave them last! Bravo for the firefighters!

  6. Joseph says:

    I give them a 10, I like it when I see that the animals are treated correctly bravo they have made my day.

  7. Teresa says:

    As always, this group is available to collaborate in any situation of anguish. They are putting out fires, rescuing people in danger (even putting their lives at risk), rescuing, as is the case, animals in distress. And all this done with a very good gesture.
    Very competent.

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