Police Rescue A 10-Week-Old Puppy That Got Trapped In A Cornhole Board

Cornhole usually means all fun and games, but for one family of a 10-week old puppy, the game meant an emergency rescue of their beloved pup.

KENS 5 reported that in Fair Oaks Ranch, Texas, a family was outside working in the garden with their puppy, Ace, when he managed to stick his head through one of the holes in their cornhole board.

At first, it probably looked pretty funny seeing the pup’s head peeking through the hole in the board, but it quickly became a serious situation. The dog was unable to pull his head free, and the family had no luck attempting the free the dog either.

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Unsure of what else to do, the dog’s owner, Kurt Leslie, called the police department and asked for assistance. Leslie shared the incident on NextDoor and said:

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“We had an Ace in the hole!! We called our local heroes at the Fair Oaks Ranch Police Department, and in moments Officer Michael Maddox was on the scene followed shortly by Officer Amanda Hinojosa. It took a few minutes to formulate a plan, and the officers sprung into action.”

Photo: YouTube/KENS 5: Your San Antonio News Source

Two family members held Ace so he wouldn’t move while the officer sawed the wood of the cornhole board. Finally, Ace was freed from the board!

Thankfully, he didn’t suffer any injuries as a result of the incident and he seemed unphased by the whole ordeal.

Photo: YouTube/KENS 5: Your San Antonio News Source

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