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Published on Apr 4, 2012
Volunteer firefighters, James Brundage and Chris Laird, from Lawrence Township's Lawrence Road Fire Co. share their thoughts about the roles they played in rescuing and reviving 22 dogs - including newborn puppies - from a smoky house fire in Hopewell Township Monday night, April 2, 2012.
The "O2 Fur Life" masks, manufactured by McCulloch Medical and distributed by Wag'N Pet Safety, are specially-designed to provide life-saving oxygen to a variety of pets, including dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs and birds.
Lawrence Road firefighters conducted training to familiarize themselves with the masks after the fire company received them from the Humane Society, but the fire Monday night was the first time they used the masks for real. A sticker affixed to one of the windows of Lawrence Road's Rescue 22 fire engine reads "Pet Oxygen Masks On Board."