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Dog covered in hot tar and close to death saved by volunteers in this remarkable footage

This touching video shows a team of rescuers as they work tirelessly to save a dog after it fell into hot tar in western India.

This touching video shows a team of rescuers as they work tirelessly to save lots of a dog after it fell into hot tar in western India.
The animal was left unable to maneuver after it slipped into the thick, sticky substance and it cooled - coating its fur during a solid layer of tar.



A passer-by spotted the dog because it lay on the bottom covered in dirt and twigs, and phoned an area rescue centre based in Udaipur, Rajasthan.

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Desperate: The dog, seen covered in twigs and leaves on the bottom , was left unable to maneuver after the thick, sticky substance solidified - coating its fur during a rigid layer of tar

Gentle: The team from Animal Aid Unlimited work to slowly free the animal from the rigid layer of tar. They use oil to melt the substance - pulling clumps of it away because it comes loose.



The video shows a team from Animal Aid Unlimited as they start to figure on freeing the dog - slowly massaging tar from its limbs and body because it lies on the dirt.

The rescuers use small amounts of oil to melt the tar, gently pulling clumps of the congealed substance away because it comes loose.

While the team work, the dog are often seen blinking slowing into the camera - trying to seem at everything that's happening around him.

The rescuers, who worked over two days to free the animal, described the tar as being 'as hard as rock'.



Helpless: The dog are often seen looking around at the rescuers as they work to save lots of his life. The animal was spotted by a volunteer because it lay on the bottom 



Unrecognisable: At the top of the video, the dog are often seen happily twiddling with a volunteer, its chocolate-coloured coat now visible.


Friendly: The dog wags its tail because it is fed snacks during a lush garden. per annum the team rescues thousands of hurt and sick animals and supply sanctuary to those that need life-long care



At the top of the video, the dog is unrecognisable - its chocolate-brown fur visible for the primary time.

It happily wags its tail because it is fed by one among the volunteers, traveling easily during a leafy garden.

Animal Aid may be a rescue center, hospital and sanctuary for injured and ill street animals in Udaipur, Rajasthan, India.

Every year the team rescues thousands of hurt and sick animals and supply sanctuary to those that need life-long care.

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