Another Puppy Rescued From a Dallas Storm Drain

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Dallas Animal Services saved the day again after a puppy was heard crying in a storm drain.

    On Tuesday, workers pulled a puppy out of a storm drain in the 2500 block of St. Francis Avenue near Hunnicut Road.

    A couple of employees were able to crawl into the sewer in Lakeland Hills Park and came out with a little black puppy.

    The puppy they named Nick was a little dusty and dirty but otherwise unscathed.

    Trinity Watershed used remote control cameras to search the entire drain to make sure there were no other puppies that needed to be rescued.

    He's resting comfortably at the Dallas Animal Services shelter until he is ready for adoption.

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