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VIDEO: Police Rescue Dog Trapped for Over 60 Hours in Mud Pit

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Willistown Township Police Rescued Pluto After 60 Hours Trapped In The Mud, Clinging To Life. Image Via Facebook.
Willistown Township Police rescued Pluto after 60 hours trapped in the mud, clinging to life. Image via Facebook.

When Pluto, a 13-year old Australian Shepherd went missing, his family (understandably) panicked. Then, when they found him, buried to his neck in thick mud, unable to crawl out, and unable to pull him to safety, owner Sheila Shorr called the Willistown Township Police Department.

Sergeant Mike Martin and Patrol Officer Mike Kushner answered the call. Both dog lovers, the officers jumped into action to save the sweet dog barely clinging to life.

Shorr told CBS Philly that she’d been searching for Pluto for 3 days before finding him in the mud. She believes he became stuck shortly after running off. That means Pluto was stuck, up to his neck in mud, for nearly 60 hours.

Check out video of the amazing rescue – and find out how Pluto is doing today – below:

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6 Comments

6 Comments

  1. Avatar Of Janet Kelly

    Janet Kelly

    says:

    thanks officers. It is good to see good guys.

  2. Avatar Of William Whitler

    William Whitler

    says:

    Great job officers, wonderful story love hearing about these great outcomes

  3. Avatar Of Carrie

    carrie

    says:

    god bless with many tks to u guys woof !

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