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Firefighters Use Mouth-To-Nose Respiration To Save Dog’s Life In Gut-Wrenching Photos

The Dog Files

What’s better than a firefighter? Two animal-loving firefighter with huge hearts.

On Tuesday in Wausau, Wisconsin, firefighters Jamie Giese and Jared Thompson were responding to a residential blaze when they found the homeowner’s seven-year-old yellow Labrador, Coda, trapped inside. Once they got him out, they performed mouth-to-nose respiration and gave him oxygen — despite having no formal training in animal rescue.

After an overnight stay in an animal hospital, Coda is just fine. Thank you, kind sirs.

See photos of their heroic rescue below.

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