Dog rescued after getting stuck in drain of apartment parking lot

Rescue happened at South Grand at Pecan Grove Apartments

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PECAN GROVE, Texas – A dog was rescued after it ended up in a drain of a parking lot at an apartment complex.

The incident happened Wednesday at the South Grand at Pecan Grove Apartments.

A woman told KPRC 2 that her office received a call Wednesday morning from two residents about a dog that was stuck in the drain in the parking lot by one of the buildings.

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After discovering the dog in the drain, two maintenance workers came out to try to help get the cover off, but couldn't.

The woman said the Pecan Grove Fire Department was called, which came and broke loose the cement to remove the cover and the dog was rescued.

The dog was bathed, fed and taken to a vet to see if it was chipped, but the dog wasn't. The woman said nobody claimed the dog, but they did find it a new home.

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