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I DON’T hope that doggy’s for sale! Shoppers come to standstill after puppy gets stuck in a Christmas shop window

  • Mela Esquivel from Costa Rica came across the trapped dog on her holiday
  • The scene attracted crowds as Ms Esquivel did her best to free the puppy
  • The adorable dog was rescued to the delight of the capital’s shoppers
  • READ MORE: Moment dog protects a young boy from being attacked 

Shoppers on London‘s Bond Street came to a standstill after a poor poppy got stuck in a Christmas shop window. 

Mela Esquivel, 34, from Costa Rica, was on holiday in England’s capital when she came across the trapped dog. 

High-end designer store Miu Miu attracted crowds with onlookers watching as two women did their best to free him. 

Mela filmed the incident, as the dog’s owners tried their best to rescue the animal, even using a coat hanger to try to free it.

She said: ‘I am quite skinny and short so I was ready to tell them to let me help as I can fit into narrow spaces.

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‘It was horrible! Everyone in the street was filming and they were all worrying. Some were even offering their items, such as umbrellas, to try to reach him.

‘Despite working with dogs on a full-time basis, I was scared about what was going on.

Mela Esquivel, 34, from Costa Rica, was on holiday in England's capital when she came across the trapped dog (pictured)

Mela Esquivel, 34, from Costa Rica, was on holiday in England’s capital when she came across the trapped dog (pictured)

High-end designer store Miu Miu (pictured) attracted crowds with onlookers watching as two women did their best to free him

High-end designer store Miu Miu (pictured) attracted crowds with onlookers watching as two women did their best to free him

Mela filmed the incident, as the dog's owners tried their best to rescue the animal, even using a coat hanger (pictured) to try to free it

Mela filmed the incident, as the dog’s owners tried their best to rescue the animal, even using a coat hanger (pictured) to try to free it

‘There were about 20-30 people outside plus the people on the other side of the road, all worried. It was around 6:30pm so it was still busy in the street.

‘When the lady finally saved him we all clapped and cheered, thankful he was ok. I uploaded the video onto my TikTok and others were relieved too.’

The adorable puppy was rescued to the delight of the capital’s shoppers. 

The news comes after another loveable dog was rescued from the London Underground earlier this year 

Mel said it was horrible and that she was not the only one filming the poor puppy who was trapped on London's Bond Street

Mel said it was horrible and that she was not the only one filming the poor puppy who was trapped on London’s Bond Street 

Although she works with dogs on a full-time basis she was scared of what was unfolding in front of her

Although she works with dogs on a full-time basis she was scared of what was unfolding in front of her

This is the moment the dog had finally managed to be rescued by a female shopper before celebrating with a fist pump

This is the moment the dog had finally managed to be rescued by a female shopper before celebrating with a fist pump

Rescue services were called to the scene in Coalville, Leicestershire, shortly before midday on Tuesday, March 1.

The distressed dog owner had called the emergency services to say the poor pup had been trapped for more than 60 hours.

The dog had crawled into the sett and could not escape after it became trapped in the mud.

The fire crews, assisted by RSPCA officers who were already at the scene, had to listen out for the pet’s barking so they would know where to dig.

They also used specialist listening and locating devices to find the trapped canine as more rescue crews were called in to assist with their efforts.

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