OKLAHOMA CITY – It was a ruff day for one dog in Oklahoma City on Wednesday.
According to the Oklahoma City Fire Department, firefighters from Engine 14 rescued a dog that got its head stuck through a dryer vent tube hole in the wall.
Fire officials say dish soap was used so firefighters could move the dog’s head back out.
“‘Slick’ work, Engine 14! You do ‘suds’ amazing work!” the department said on Twitter.
Today, firefighters from Engine 14 rescued a dog that stuck his head through a dryer vent tube hole in the wall. Dish soap was used to lube up the dog’s head so firefighters could ease the panicked pooch back out. “Slick” work, Engine 14! You do “suds” amazing work! pic.twitter.com/uvp5xnmmG2
— Oklahoma City Fire (@OKCFD) June 19, 2019