This blog is one of those stories that is one of those stories where the Valley Center Fire Protection District firefighters and a county animal control officer worked together to rescue a female German Shepherd puppy that was trapped between two rocks in Valley Center California came to her rescue in the nick of time.
The stray puppy fell into the two rocks on Monday when it likely was chasing another animal in the area when she fell down between the two boulders that trapped her for a period of three days.
Despite hearing the pleas of the dog for someone to rescue her, the couple who fed the stray dog could not locate where the cries were coming from at first until three days later when they found out that the puppy was trapped in a rocky ravine near their home.
The Valley Fire Protection District firefighters and an animal control officer from North San Diego County answered the call from the concerned couple to rescue the dog that did not have any food or drink for three days at the latest.
The firefighters and the animal control officer were able to free the dog from her trap by using the tools of the trade in about one hour even though the puppy who is known as “Rocksann” which could be a parody of the situation comedy called “Roseanne” suffered injuries to her head and sides.
Rocksann was taken to an animal shelter in Carlsbad to be healed from her injuries. She will be placed up for adoption by a loving family that would love to have a mixed female German Shepherd as their companion for life.
Rocksann was at least one day away from being a tragic story in the Valley Center region had she not been rescued by the animal control officer and the brave firefighters.