PHOENIX - Buddy, a 2-year-old American Pit Bull Terrier mix, is back home with his family after he got his head stuck in a cement block wall in Phoenix.
When humane society technicians got to the scene, they slowly chiseled the wall around Buddy's head to free him. He was taken to AHS' trauma hospital to treat minor wounds and swelling on his head and neck.
Buddy, a 2-year-old American Pit Bull Terrier mix, is back home with his family after he got his head stuck in a cement block wall in Phoenix. (Credit: Arizona Humane Society)
Initially, the humane society thought Buddy was a stray, but after a few days, they located his family in Glendale.
Last year, the humane society says it responded to over 10,000 rescues and investigations, saving more than 5,800 inured and abused pets.
For information on how you can help the humane society save pets in the community, visit azhumane.org.
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