Police said Daisy's paw had become swollen, causing her family to call for help rather than risk injuring the canine by pulling her paw free.
A crew from the Sleepy Hollow Volunteer Fire Department and personnel from the Sleepy Hollow Fire Department were summoned to assist with the rescue.
Firefighters contacted local business Donovan's Plumbing and a plumber arrived on the scene to partially disassemble the drain.
Daisy, with the drain flange still attached to her paw, was taken to the Sleepy Hollow Animal Hospital, where veterinarians were then able to use wire cutters to free her paw.
Police said Daisy suffered only a swollen paw pad and is recovering at home.