MCFARLAND, Calif. - A puppy is stuck in a drain pipe on Zachary Road and Peterson Avenue in McFarland.
Kern County Animal services was on scene to try and get the dog out.
Crews on scene were unsuccessful in getting the dog out, so they will set up traps with food and come back in the morning to check if the dog came out.
They said the dog peaked its head out so rescuers determined it is not trapped and it will come out when it wants to.
Public Information Officer for Kern County Animal Services, Maggie Kalar, says once the puppy is out, if no owner comes forward and the puppy is healthy enough to be adopted, they will find the puppy a new home.
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