California Firefighters Rescue Blind Dog

California Firefighters Rescue Blind Dog

Blind Puppy Dog Rescued

California Firefighters Rescue Blind Dog from Construction Site After Pet Falls into Deep Hole

A 13-year-old blind dog from California is safe after falling into a hole at a construction site near his home.

Pasadena firefighters rescued Cesar after he stumbled into the 15-foot-deep by 3-foot-wide hole on Tuesday.

“The dog was blind,” Pasadena Fire Chief Chad Augustin told ABC7. “This is a construction zone. Confined space rescues are low-frequency and high-risk. There are a lot of steps we need to do to make it as safe as possible. For not just the dog, but also our rescuers.”

According to the outlet, a search and rescue team member was lowered into the hole with ropes and pulleys. After about 12 minutes, Cesar was secured to a harness and brought to the surface.

A video posted by the Pasadena Fire Department shows the final moments of Cesar’s rescue.

Cesar’s owner, a woman named Mary who declined to give her last name, said she was alerted to her dog’s accident when her other dog began barking. After she heard the barking and realized Cesar was not in her yard, which is adjacent to the construction site, she called for help.

Read More: California Firefighters Rescue Blind Dog

Visit the Preppy Princess Puppy Dog Boutique today
Back to Top
© 2018 Your Pyxis Inc. All Rights Reserved.