A dog who became trapped in a narrow space between two walls was thankfully rescued by an animal rescue
team from the Riverside County Animal Services (RCAS). The canine is a Shar-Pei mix breed, and was discovered approximately two hours after he had been trapped, according to PeoplePets.com.
The animal was found after the RCAS received a call about a barking dog. They discovered the animal caught between the two cinder block walls, wagging his tail and looking up at the animal rescue workers. They were able to free him from the small space after about 45 minutes.
The people rescuing the pooch gave him the name Wally, and believe he became trapped after chasing a smaller creature. They estimated that he was about 4-years-old.
Wally was taken to an animal hospital to be treated for dehydration, but the news source reports that he is in good condition. The canine will hopefully soon be adopted by a loving family.
According to the Humane Society, there are anywhere between six and eight million dog and cats who enter U.S. shelters every year. The organization urges families who are considering adding a new furry friend to their family to consider adopting.