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Pontardawe fire crews thanked for ‘paw-fect’ puppy rescue

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Fire crews in Pontardawe have been thanked for a ‘paw-fect’ rescue mission after answering an emergency call with a difference to help a trapped puppy.

Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service say their firefighters from Pontardawe fire station were called to a property in Ynysmeudwy after reports of a 5 week old Spaniel pup that had managed to crawl underneath the home owners bath and into a hole in the floorboards.

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Firefighters attempted to dismantle the pipework but were unable reach the puppy.

A spokesperson from Mid and West wales Fire and Rescue service said: “Crews diligently persevered and managed to gain access to the little pup by skilfully cutting a section of the floorboards, which resulted in the rescue of the little pup.

“Thankfully he was completely unharmed.”

Firefighters said they were honoured to be able to christen the puppy “Terry”, adding that they hoped he won’t get into anymore mischief.

(Lead image: Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service)

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