A Stray Puppy Spent TWO MONTHS With His Head Stuck Into A Plastic Jug. Until Rescuers Finally Got Hold Of Him…

A stray puppy who had somehow managed to get his head stuck into a plastic jug was finally rescued and freed from his ordeal, but only after the canine had run around with its headpiece for TWO MONTHS.

The rescue operation was captured on camera by the Bohannons from Magnolia, Texas, who said that they first saw the puppy running around their property two months before they were able to pin him down. The plastic jug, which was open on both ends, turned out to be a part of a gravity pet feeder on the family’s farm.

Audra Bohannon’s believes that the puppy, later named Lucky Bucky, got stuck while looking for food. KPRC-TV reports that Bohannon planned to take the pup, believed to be about five months old, to the vets on Tuesday to see if it has an identifying microchip.

Bohannon says that, although she saw the dog on her property, she could never actually catch him. Instead, she took him pieces of soft food that he could lick up. She said:

He was slowly starving but he was eating just enough to live.

Finally, on November 22, Bohannon was able to catch the the German shepherd mix, after she saw him sleeping and called her brother for help. Now her brother and sister-in-law want to adopt Bucky if no owner steps forward. Here is the footage from the rescue:

1. A stray puppy with a plastic jug stuck on his head has been freed from its headpiece.

A Stray Puppy Spent TWO MONTHS With His Head Stuck Into A Plastic Jug. Until Rescuers Finally Got Hold Of Him...

2. The Bohannons from Magnolia, Texas, said they saw the dog around their property for two months before they managed to pin him down.

A Stray Puppy Spent TWO MONTHS With His Head Stuck Into A Plastic Jug. Until Rescuers Finally Got Hold Of Him...

3. Audra Bohannon’s believes the pooch — nicknamed Lucky Bucky — got stuck while looking for food.

A Stray Puppy Spent TWO MONTHS With His Head Stuck Into A Plastic Jug. Until Rescuers Finally Got Hold Of Him...

4. She planned to take the pup to a veterinarian Tuesday to see if the German shepherd mix has an identifying microchip.

A Stray Puppy Spent TWO MONTHS With His Head Stuck Into A Plastic Jug. Until Rescuers Finally Got Hold Of Him...

And here is KPRC-TV’s report:

Source: KPRC-TV.

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