A dog owner, Carolyn Zachwieja, could hear the howling sound of her dog, Henry, in the woods. Carolyn couldn’t have thought that Henry was stuck in an old, abandoned half-buried vehicle.
Carolyn called her dog aloud, but there wasn’t any response. However, she could hear the dog howling deep in the woods.
The following day, Carolyn and her husband, Michael, decided to follow their dog’s howling sound. They found Henry trapped inside a hole in a buried old rusted vehicle in the woods.
The dog successfully removed
The couple wasn’t optimistic that Henry would survive. However, Carolyn contacted the County rescuers, and Franklin County Control responded immediately. A few minutes later, Fork Mountain Animal Control and Franklin County Public Safety arrived at the site.
All the rescue teams tried their level best to remove the dog unsuccessfully. However, animal control manager, Cindy Brooks, decided to deploy the Jaws of Life to help remove Henry from the vehicle.
The rescuers safely extracted the dog without injuries, although Henry was cold and thirsty.
The joyous moment to the dog’s owner
The dog’s owner, Carolyn, appreciated every participant who helped to rescue her dog. Henry became part of the family more than eight years ago after the owner’s son rescued him from the roadside.
The dog’s owner became overexcited that she planned to bake a cake or make donations to the rescuers as a sign of thanking them.
After Henry’s successful rescue mission, Carolyn’s husband went ahead and filled in the hole where the dog got tuck
However, the old-rusty vehicle remained inside the hole. To remove the car, it might require a heavy machine because of the many trees in the area.
Henry at home
Finally, Henry is safe and enjoying the warmth from the fireplace at his lovely home. More so, Henry is happy to be home with his family.