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Pug gets stuck in the air after the owner boarded an elevator while her pet was still outside


Go puppy! Pug gets stuck in the air after the owner boarded an elevator while her pet was still outside

  • Helena Isaksson was on her way back to her apartment in Stockholm, Sweden
  • She got into the elevator and didn't notice that her pug Zimba was still outside
  • The elevator went up while Zimba remained trapped in the door

A pug got stuck in the air after its owner got on an elevator while her pet was still outside and trapped in the doorway.

47-year-old Helena Isaksson was on her way back to her home in Stockholm, Sweden with her pooch Zimba when the incident occurred.

Helena got into the elevator and pushed her way upstairs without realizing that the pug was still outside.

Fortunately for Zimba, his lead was five meters

A pug got stuck in the air after its owner got on an elevator while her pet was still outside and trapped in the doorway. The 37-year-old hairdresser Hiwa Halaq (center), who has a salon on the ground floor of the building, heard the commotion and ran to the elevator

A pug (pictured) got stuck in mid-air after its owner boarded an elevator while their pet was still outside and was trapped in the doorway on November 22nd in Stockholm, Sweden

A pug (pictured) got stuck in mid-air after its owner boarded an elevator while their pet was still outside and was trapped in the doorway on November 22nd in Stockholm, Sweden

The elevator went up while Zimba was caught off his leash in the door.

I heard the dog howl but couldn't get out. Dreadful! & # 39; Said Helena.

Fortunately, due to a safety feature, the elevator was able to ascend only a few meters after detecting an object blocking the doors.

"Fortunately, the elevator received a warning from the line between the doors and stopped after a few meters," explained the owner.

Helena Isaksson (picture left), 47, was on her way back to her home in Stockholm, Sweden with her pooch Zimba when the incident occurred. The 37-year-old hairdresser Hiwa Halaq (right), who owns a salon on the ground floor of the building, heard the commotion and ran to the elevator

Helena Isaksson (picture left), 47, was on her way back to her home in Stockholm, Sweden with her pooch Zimba when the incident occurred. The 37-year-old hairdresser Hiwa Halaq (right), who owns a salon on the ground floor of the building, heard the commotion and ran to the elevator

Fortunately for Zimba, his lead was five meters. The leash was also not tied to the dog's neck, but rather he wore a harness so that he would not be strangled during the incident

Fortunately for Zimba, his lead was five meters. The leash was also not tied to the dog's neck, but rather he wore a harness so that he would not be strangled during the incident

Fortunately, due to a safety feature, the elevator was able to ascend only a few meters after detecting an object blocking the doors. Zimba was later freed by Hiwa Halaq

Fortunately, due to a safety feature, the elevator was able to ascend only a few meters after detecting an object blocking the doors. Zimba was later freed by Hiwa Halaq

Fortunately for Zimba, his lead was five meters.

In another stroke of luck, the leash was not tied to the dog's neck, but instead he wore a harness so that he would not be strangled during the incident.

Hiwa Halaq, a 37-year-old hairdresser who owns a salon on the ground floor of the building, heard the commotion and ran to the elevator.

When he saw what had happened, he cut Zimba free with scissors.

After the ordeal, the pug developed a fear of elevators. Helena now takes the pug in her arms before she gets inside.

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