Published: Sun, July 23, 2017
Medicine | By Daryl Nelson

Firefighters save and resuscitate 'lifeless' dog from house blaze

Firefighters save and resuscitate 'lifeless' dog from house blaze

Firefighters pulled a small dog out of a house fire in Bakersfield on Wednesday, and as seen through a one-minute clip of the encounter, managed to resuscitate the dog after it was appearing unresponsive.

On Facebook, many viewers from all over the world have praised the fire department for saving Jack.

Using a pet oxygen mask donated to the department by a local Girl Scout troop, Smith and his partners slowly bring Jack back to life.

The firefighters' good deed paid off as the dog came to on camera, panting heavily but alert.

Firefighters rubbed the dog's chest and used an oxygen mask specially designed for pets to revive Jack.

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SF Gate reported that Jack improved over the next 24 hours after suffering respiratory tract injuries and burned paws.

Jack was reunited with his owners, a married couple, the following day.

John Frando, a spokesperson for the Bakersfield Fire Department, said he nearly stopped recording because he feared Jack wouldn't make it.

"I thought Jack was going to die", department spokesperson John Frando told the Associated Press.

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