A Doberman puppy needed emergency treatment after getting into a tight spot with a watering can.
Three-month-old Cassius had watched his owner, Chloe Watton, tend to her house plants and went to investigate the green can when she put it down.
Chloe, from Hampstead Heath, north London, suddenly heard whimpering and saw that her puppy's mouth was wedged in the jug.
He needed to be sedated by vets from the PDSA animal charity because of his distress before the watering can was cut away and removed.
He was treated at the PDSA Pet Hospital in Hendon, where staff saw he was getting distressed, in pain and producing lots of saliva.