KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — A puppy who stuck his nose where it didn't belong was rescued by the Knoxville Fire Department this week. 

He got his head stuck in the leg of a coffee table and his owners couldn't get him out.

They loaded the dog, and the table, into their car and drove on over to their local fire department and asked for some help.

Luckily, he was able to be freed.

The department called him "one lucky dog" and said that all was well. 

The City of Knoxville Fire Department provides fire protection and rescue services to nearly 104 square miles within the corporate limits of the City of Knoxville serving over 180,000 citizens.

The city website said the department has the responsibility of enforcement of the fire and life safety codes and public fire education programs. 

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In 2017, the fire department said it responded to 23,804 calls for service.

"The department has 327 full-time career professional firefighters and maintains 42 fire suppression and rescue units in the City's 19 fire stations. The stations are located strategically throughout the city. The stations are staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year," the city website said.

For city services, dial 311. 

The city also posted a list on its website for all the safety tips the fire department offers. 

Click on any of the listings below to view more safety tips: 
After Fires
After Christmas 
Burns 
Carbon Monoxide 
CPR 
Electrical Devices 
Fire Drills 
Fire Extinguishers 
Fireplace Safety 
Flammable Fabrics 
Flammable Substances
Hazardous Materials 
Heat Stress 
Heating Safety 
High Rise Building Fire Safety
Holidays Fire Safety 
Home Fire Escape Plan 
Home Fire Hazards 
Kitchen Safety
Lightning Safety
Matches & Lighters
National Fire Prevention Week
Poisons & Harmful Substances
Residential Sprinklers
Smoke & Your Safety
Smoke Alarms & Detectors
Stop, Drop & Roll
Vacation, Camping & Outdoors 

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