Lhasa Apso became wedged in metal fence hanging over third-floor balcony

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It was a scary day for a young Lhasa Apso who became wedged in a metal fence on the balcony on the third floor of an apartment house late Sunday afternoon in East Houston. In addition to the small pup being trapped, the temperature on the outdoor patio registered 196 degrees.

The Houston SPCA arrived and saved the frightened little pooch.

“Even though spring temperatures may seem mild to humans, leaving a pet outside in the direct sun can still have devastating consequences,” said Adam Reynolds, Chief Animal Cruelty Investigator. “If you plan on leaving your home, please bring your pet inside to ensure their safety.”

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The dog is now at the Houston SPCA where he will soon be available for adoption.

If you witness animal cruelty, please call 713.869.SPCA.

 If this is a life-threatening emergency, call (713) 869-7722 immediately. Please do not file an online report for a life-threatening emergency.

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