Firefighters in the US state of California have been praised after rescuing a dog who got stuck.
The pooch managed to get his head wedged between two pillars in San Diego while out for a walk.
It happened in Balboa Park on Wednesday.
The dog was checking out a lily pond in the park when he got stuck.
Nearby officers came to his assistance and freed him.
A large crowd gathered to watch the operation, and let out a big cheer as the dog was freed.
He was seen wagging his tail and checking out the crowd after his ordeal.
Balboa Park attracts visitors of all kinds, including our furry friend who was checking out the Lily Pond and got his head stuck. Fortunately, our partners from @SDFD were able to help get him freed — to a cheering crowd. ￼ pic.twitter.com/9syNYbHJgt
— San Diego Police Department (@SanDiegoPD) February 19, 2020
The park is home to more than 16 museums, performing arts venues and the San Diego Zoo.
Several Twitter users have praised those involved - including the San Diego County Sheriff, Bill Gore.
He simply said: "Great work, friends!!!"
Another user said: "Great job @SDFD !! Great job. round of applause for our great firefighters."
And another wrote: "You all are pretty darn AWESOME!".