Blaze suffered some minor swelling on his neck, but for the most part he came out of the whole ordeal completely fine. He was calm, cool and collected while the firefighters worked to free him, and was incredibly grateful when they finally succeeded.
"He was a very happy little pup when he was set free," Jones said.
The firefighters were only at the veterinary hospital for around nine minutes, and the actual rescue only took about 30 seconds. Once Blaze was nice and oiled up, it just took a little strength to get him out and set him free.