Caught on Camera: Dramatic Dog Rescue

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This dramatic raw footage of a dog rescue will make your heart soar. Firefighters performed rescue breathing on a dog that was found unconscious/unresponsive in a house fire. The dog was found at the back door in the kitchen, pulled from the building with minor burns and initially had a respiratory rate of 40+. Firefighters performed rescue breathing for approximately 12 minutes and as you can see, the dog survived. The owner was not home at the time so firefighters decided to bring the dog back to the firehouse for dinner and water.

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33 thoughts on “Caught on Camera: Dramatic Dog Rescue”

  1. I love firefighters and love dogs! I would hope a fireman would help out Wile the Coyote, blue Dobie like this dog. I didn’t cry because I knew the dog made it.
    I would have adopted that dog in a minute, it was also great to see that the firemen took the dog back to the firehouse for water and yummies. Way to go, Oakland, CA firemen, hero’s to people, and pets.

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  2. THANK GOD FOR FIREFIGHTERS! NO MATTER HOW BIG(A 900 + LB MAN) OR HOW SMALL(THIS LUCKY,LUCKY GIRL) A LIFE’S A LIFE TO THEM!!! THANK-YOU SO MUCH;TO ALL FIREFIGHTERS IN THE WORLD! THANK-YOU!!

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