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Dog saved from house fire by firefighters which included oxygen treatment.

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13 Jan 2013
On entering the house to extinguish the fire, firefighters found a Labrador dog that was suffering from smoke inhalation and some exposure to heat.

One firefighter was allocated the job to look after the dog and initiated first aid in the way of oxygen therapy.
The dog was then looked after until it was picked up to be cared for by North Melbourne Lost Dogs Home Officers. 
Police are investigating the cause due of the fire.
Approximately 22 firefighters attended the blaze. 

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