Firefighters used specialized gear to administer oxygen and revive one of two dogs rescued from a house fire in Carlington Thursday morning.
A neighbour called 911 at 11:42 a.m. after seeing smoke coming from the roof of the bungalow on Lepage Avenue near McBride Street. No one was home, the neighbour said.
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Firefighters forced their way inside and doused the fire, finding the dogs while searching to confirm that there was no one inside.
One of the dogs was found unresponsive and given oxygen delivered through a special mask designed for pets before the dog was taken by police to a veterinarian.
The second animal was being cared for by a neighbour.
The fire was under control at 12:41 p.m. A fire investigator was dispatched to determine the cause.
The residents have been displaced by the fire.
One of two dogs rescued from the smoke filled home in Carlington Thursday.
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