All of us know that canines are resilient but a German Shepherd has taken it to the next level. It seems as if he fell down 12 feet right into a big hole in California and was saved.
Lexi was playing with her owner when she fell into the 12-foot hole.
It was at the south end of Fontana, where they are from. It appears as if Lexi likes to play hide and look for, and she took things a little also far.
I’ll be the initial one to admit that dogs are a lot of fun to have fun with but they can also worry you out when they are hurt. Just like any other member of the family, our hearts go out to them and we want to help them in any way we can.
I’m sure that is just how Lexi’s owner really felt when she ended up in the bottom of a 12-foot hole.
Minutes should have seemed like hrs but fortunately, they were able to get Lexi out and she is currently back in the home where she belongs.
The city of Fontana Authorities Department uploaded a report on Facebook, saying: “Animal Solution Officers immediately asked for backup, and our wonderful firefighters assisted in rescuing Lexi from the large hole”
I recognize that they say a policeman’s job is one that has a lot of stress connected to it but there are also going to be times when it is rewarding as well.
They had the ability to save the canine out of the hole and surprisingly, she was unharmed. According to the video listed below, a police spokesperson claimed she has been rejoined with her owner and is doing fine.