An exhausted dog in Suwaki, Poland, laid down on recently poured tar in search of a warm spot to rest.
Sadly, the dog didn’t realize he was imprisoned until he started barking for assistance. The dog was begging for help, and the adjacent workers could hear him barking loudly.
When they got there and saw the dog, they called Joanna Godlewska of the Niczyje Animal Foundation right away. The courageous creature managed to pry his snout free of the tar, enabling him to bark and breathe.
With the aid of neighborhood fire departments and police agencies, animal rescuers painstakingly removed the dog’s fur. The dog’s body was ultimately freed from the tar by the team.
The dog was subsequently taken to the vet to be examined and given restorative medication for fatigue. His body had almost 100 ticks removed from it.
After many washing to get rid of the leftover tar on his fur and paws, the dog was given a cozy bed and a warm dinner. Fortunately, the dog started to feel better, and his minor head injuries were also attended to.
The cute puppy, named Farcik, is slowly learning to walk and will remain with his rescuers until he recovers fully. When he is fully recovered, he will be made available for adoption. We wish him a speedy recovery and a permanent home.