It took animal protection officers at a veterinary center in Argentina five hours to remove the black plastic from a dog’s fur after it was found covered in tar. The dog was seen by residents miserable crawling up from a hole in the town of Monte Chingolo, Argentina. Soon after, they called the area’s veterinary center to rescue the poor animal.
Here, the staff placed the dog in the tub and searched for every possible way to remove the thick black plastic clinging to it. Finally, after 5 hours of bathing, this poor “little friend” was somewhat able to move freely. Because the asphalt sticks so firmly, the staff must use up to 5 liters of oil to remove the plastic layer from the fur.