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Missing Dog Rescued From Sinkhole At The Arboretum

Penn State caught “all the feels” Wednesday morning, according to an Instagram caption — and rightfully so. Skye, a golden retriever, was rescued from a sinkhole in the Arboretum.

Skye went missing on Monday and wasn’t rescued until Wednesday morning, however it’s not clear how long she was stuck in the sinkhole. The rescue featured a team of people using ropes and a makeshift pulley to haul Skye out of what appears to be a pretty deep sinkhole. As soon as she cleared the entrance her tail was wagging at full speed.

Watch the full video of the rescue courtesy of our friends at OPP.

There’s nothing better than a Penn State dog and a happy ending.

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