The Dog Couldn’t Breathe When Pulled From The Fire. But Look At His Face At The End.


A dog got stuck in a house in Koreatown when a fire broke out. Firefighters were on the scene almost immediately, and help to save the trapped dog. When they got him out on the sidewalk in front of the house, the dog was unable to breathe on his own.

Luckily, the firefighters knew what to do. They had an oxygen mask for the dog as well as a bottle of water. This helped to revive the dog, and he soon began to breathe on his own. A few belly rubs were given as well – and these were probably much needed as well. One firefighter stayed and never left the side of the dog – which probably meant more to the dog than anyone even knew.
Those eyes! The dog has the most soulful eyes and you can see him lying there, looking around, as if trying to figure out what is going on. The firefighters continue to work with them to make sure that he is able to breathe on his own. They give my much needed drink of water, and you can tell that the dog is suddenly gaining life once again.

It’s amazing how firefighters work to rescue not only people, but also dogs. The homeowners are likely beyond upset about losing their home to a house fire, but luckily they still have their dog thinks to the firefighters who risked everything in order to save the poor trapped dog. The dog needed a little bit of assistance to get back on his feet, but it looks like he will be just fine – and this will warm the heart of any dog lover. Let’s give a special thanks to these amazing firefighters.

At the end, it looks as though the dog is saying “thank you” and this video is likely going to melt your heart. It was posted by NBC Los Angeles, and has already received almost 9,000,000 views. You’re going to want to watch this video at least one, and probably more than once just to make sure that the dog is okay – and to get another look at those eyes.

Go ahead and share it on social media – your friends deserve to see this incredible video of the dog being rescued as well.

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