A puppy who got herself in a tight spot whilst exploring her new home had to be rescued by firefighters after getting wedged into a tiny gap.
Curious Holly, a 12-week-old boxer, had to be rescued using hydraulic equipment by Kent Fire and Rescue Service after her owners found her stuck between the house and shed.
She had ended up on her back with legs in the air, whining for help.
Firefighters turned up to the house in Ashford, Kent, to find they could just about identify the stricken puppy by its paws.
A spokesperson said: ‘An inquisitive 12-week-old boxer puppy got herself stuck in a tight spot yesterday.
‘While exploring her new home in Ashford she became wedged in small gap between the shed and house.
‘Her owners called KFRS for help after trying to get Holly out for more than an hour themselves.’
The firefighters brought hydraulic equipment incase the job needed specialist help.
The spokesperson added: ‘They were very grateful to the animal rescue unit crew who managed to free their new (and adorable) pup using hydraulic rescue equipment, spreading the shed away from the house.
‘Afterwards she enjoyed a cuddle with the firefighters who came to her rescue and some dog treats.’