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The female puppy had to be pushed back through the hole of the hubcap

Dog tire: Stupid dog must be rescued after he has put his head in a wheel

  • Puppy in Chile manages to put its head through an abandoned car wheel
  • Emergency services used petroleum jelly to push the dog's head back
  • Eight-month-old woman got stuck at the La Chimba garbage dump in Antofagasta
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A dog in Chile managed to put its head in the middle of a car wheel and had to be rescued by emergency services.

The trapped dog was discovered on the La Chimba garbage dump in the town of Antofagasta in northern Chile with its head stuck in a discarded car wheel.

Video footage of the animal being released showed that the lost female puppy & # 39; s head was withdrawn by the wheel cover of the metal wheel.

The female puppy had to be pushed back through the hole of the hubcap

Help: The dog had to be rescued by Chilean emergency services
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Help: The dog had to be rescued by Chilean emergency services

The eight-month-old female puppy had to be pushed back through the hubcap with Vaseline (left) after she was clamped in a car wheel in Chile

After being extracted from the vaseline tight pressing, the eight-month-old animal was taken to a veterinarian to be checked.

According to reports in the local media, the dog was rescued by staff from the Sterilization and Responsible Pet Ownership Program of Antofagasta (PET) and a team of firefighters.

Vet Eliel Morales said the dog was an eight-month-old woman living in the wild.

Morales claimed that the dog was initially aggressive and that rescuers should stun him and then use Vaseline to free him from the middle hole.

The young stray dog ​​was discovered stuck in the discarded wheel on the La Chimba garbage dump in the city of Antofagasta

The young stray dog ​​was discovered stuck in the discarded wheel on the La Chimba garbage dump in the city of Antofagasta

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The young stray dog ​​was discovered stuck in the discarded wheel on the La Chimba garbage dump in the city of Antofagasta

The vet confirmed that the dog was not injured and that the next steps are to sterilize the animal, vaccinate it against rabies and then bring it back to the area.

Morales said: & # 39; Because it's wild, it can't be adopted. It is of no use to humans. & # 39;

The vet said the mountainous area is home to several packs of wild dogs that feed on human waste and other smaller animals, including cats.

After being rescued from firefighters and animal control, the dog was taken to a vet to be checked

After being rescued from firefighters and animal control, the dog was taken to a vet to be checked

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After being rescued from firefighters and animal control, the dog was taken to a vet to be checked

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