If you have ever had a young puppy, you will know that training the new addition to your family can be a round the clock and sometimes challenging experience.
As well as getting to know you, they will also want to explore and sniff every inch of their new home.
For one puppy in Poole however, an exploration outdoors didn't quite go to plan.
Bambi ended up stuck in a gap in between two walls which resulted in a call to the emergency services and a rather unusual update from Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service this morning.
A specialist officer was sent to help free Bambi's head from the wall. Tools were used to remove parts of the concrete and paving to create enough room to free the dog.
Thankfully Bambi eventually emerged looking slightly dazed but uninjured. The fire service tweeted a picture of the puppy describing the event as a happy 'tail'.
After a 'ruff' morning, the tweet said, Bambi was rescued and then 'got snapped by the Puparazzi #K999 #bark'.