Texas Firefighters Bring Dog Back to Life

Leah, a Border Collie puppy, was given oxygen for an hour after being pulled from a burning house.
3:00 | 10/09/12

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As three firefighters sprayed down one side of -- wall around the corner comes -- -- but in hands with the I would. Rescuers rush out behind this. That was not a happy ending this desperate attempt to save this dog's life would be too difficult to -- They went through -- bottles -- auction for and probably three to four breathing treatments the same kind of breathing treatments we wouldn't administer to. Humans they. Pet her she pants they coaxed her to come back. There flight after about an hour of hard work and oxygen administered by specially designed masks -- raised her -- And firefighters smiled it's a great feeling to see these big burly you know firefighters all gathered around working on a small little dog trying to. Trying to bring it back to -- we have three different sizes Arlington blitz pet oxygen masks on every battalion -- the Hickel and on every ladder truck. Which means they are at every fire including the one that broke out at me -- -- when her owner was out of town there's a good chance that. A human when it made it out this far. This story's ending isn't all the family cat did not survive that broke these firefighters hearts. But media -- that --

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