Check out this fantastic video from the plumbing and drains company Dyno-Rod.
The video shows Dyno’s expert engineers rescuing a week old puppy that had been accidently flushed down a toilet and gotten stuck in the drainage system.
The puppy’s distressed owner from North London had already called in the fire brigade and RSPCA, however neither was able help. Luckily they had the dexterity of thought to contact the local operations manager at Dyno who had the expertise and quick thinking to launch a rescue mission.
Local engineer Will Craig rushed to the scene and immediately instructed the neighbours not to flush any toilets in order to make sure the puppy did not get pushed further in to the main sewer. From there he had the idea of using Dyno-rod’s CCTV technology to discover exactly where within the drain network the pup had become stuck.
Equipment was then used to push the puppy gently through to the closest manhole where a fireman was on hand to rescue him.
He has since been checked over by a local vet who remarkably declared him unhurt and healthy. The pet’s female owner was concerned about the cost of this unorthodox call out, however the engineers at Dyno were happy to offer their services for free. The local operations manager reassured the woman that there would not be any charge and their only concern was that puppy was kept alive and well.
This is a truly extraordinary video and highlights the need for animal safety within the home. It is more common than you would think for small pets to inadvertently fall into the toilet bowl and the best general advice is to keep them well away from the bathroom. Fortunately this story had a happy ending.
You can watch the video which has notched up over 500,000 hits on YouTube here.
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