Monday morning a call came in about a rottweiler that was stuck between a concrete wall and a fence. Two Denver animal protection officers came to rescue the dog that was stuck and scared.

Credit: Denver Animal Shelter Facebook
Credit: Denver Animal Shelter Facebook

The officers were able to free the dog that they have named Frederick and gave the dog an ice cream cone provided by a neighbor. Currently, Frederick is at the Denver Animal Shelter and doing well after sustaining injuries. The owner has yet to step forward to claim the dog. If you happen to have any information or are the owner, you are being asked to call Denver Animal Shelter at 720-913-1311.

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