The volunteer team at work to remove the stuck plastic can of a dog’s head!
We received an emergency call stating a dog’s head is stuck in a plastic can and is suffering without food and water for a few days. Our volunteer team led by Mr Vivek reached the situation place and started observing the dog. We cant directly get into action because the dog is frustrated and is without food and water, so it is risky to directly hold the dog.
It is a painful rescue as the dog is on the move all the time hungry and thirsty for days. So, the volunteer team followed the dog all the time for a couple of hours to wait for the correct situation to step in and get a proper hold of the dog to remove the plastic can of the dog’s head.
As you can see in the video our volunteer Mr Vivek is silently observing the dog from behind and captured when it is the right time along with the help of other volunteers. The team did a brilliant job in removing the plastic can by being patient and waiting for the right movement. It is not as easy as it looks because the dogs become aggressive and might bite the people around them after the plastic can is removed. But our volunteer team did the rescue perfectly without no one getting any harm and the dog is free to go.