LONDON Firefighters were forced to use miniature domesticated oxygen masks to treat two puppies rescued from a burning barn in Devon, UK, on Monday.
In a post on Facebook, Newton Abbot Fire Station shared photos of the dogs being treated with gel and oxygen after save assistances reached the situation in the early afternoon.
Here are some photos taken by firefighters at the scene.
There were five puppies in the barn when the fuel took brace. Three croaked at the scene.
The two pups pictured in the photos above were treated by firefighters and then taken to the vets. Unhappily, a spokesperson from Devon& Somerset Fire& Rescue Service confirmed to Mashable that one of the rescued puppies had now been died.
“They weren’t bad blazes but was in a wide arena and was exactly too much for the purposes of the a little puppy, ” the owner of “the farmers “, James Barter, was quoted as saying in the Torquay Herald Express . “I think of myself as moderately tough but I was pretty upset.”
He went on to say that the existing puppy seems to be doing fine.
“We have called it Blaze in honour of its magical survival, ” he said.