Kim Carlson thought her 7-year old Labrador retriever Coda was dead when she saw firefighters carry him out of her burning home, limp and unmoving. But firefighter Jamie Giese moved quickly to give Coda mouth to snout resuscitation,
Giese cupped his hands around the dog's muzzle. Although he said Coda's mouth had quite a bit of soot, snot and phlegm, he began breathing into the dog's mouth as it struggled for air.
"The only thing we could do was mouth to snout. I didn't think twice about it,"...Full Story