Feisty dog rescued from Arizona canal

- A fire department in Arizona rescued a feisty dog from a canal.

The Glendale Fire Department shared video of the rescue on its Facebook page from early Saturday morning. It’s not clear when the rescue took place, but the agency said it was the second dog rescue from a canal within one week.

The dog was a bit jumpy, and tried to bite the rescuer, who was seen pointing his finger at the dog saying, "Don't bite me," and "I'm saving your butt."

The agency wrote on its Facebook page, “Keep in mind, your pets are hot too. Make sure they have shade and water. Stay safe.”
 

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