Somehow, the big dog — a Siberian Husky named Tundra — had wedged herself in the narrow space between a wooden fence and a concrete wall.
Miami-Dade Fire Rescue, called to Southwest 128th Court, followed the plaintive barks to find her. Getting her out was a bit more challenging — they had to break down part of the wall.
Once freed, rescuers gave Tundra a snack and calmed her down. She didn’t have a microchip.
She’s now up for adoption at Miami-Dade animal services: ID number A1771039
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