News crew rescues dog chained up in front yard during flooding

As water levels rose to dangerously high levels this week in Texas, a dog chained to a fence could to nothing but hold its head barely above the water.

A Houston news crew helps rescue a dog who was chained to the front porch of a flooded home, in Fort Bend County: http://on.nbcdfw.com/4Ng0Qjj

Posted by NBC DFW on Thursday, June 2, 2016

A news crew with KPRC in Houston spotted the dog from a distance. The dog was tied up and the water had risen past its neck.

The news crew and a group of volunteers they were with untethered the dog and loaded it into their boat, transporting it to safety.

The dog was turned over to the Houston Humane Society. Rescuers said she will be fed, vaccinated and put up for adoption.

If you are interested in adopting, email adoptions@houtonhumane.org.

Just picked up this sweet dog.BIG thanks to KPRC2 Phil Archer, KPRC2 / Click2Houston, Sheriff Troy E. Nehls, & Fort...

Posted by Houston Humane Society on Tuesday, May 31, 2016