Firefighter hears a cry from burning brush, pulls out a one-week-old puppy from fire

Firefighter hears a cry from burning brush, pulls out a one-week-old puppy from fire

A defenseless puppy was in grave danger of catching fire, but thankfully, rescuers arrived in time, and the tiny fuzzy is now safe and sound.
A defenseless puppy was in grave danger of being burned alive by a fireplace, but thankfully, the rescuers arrived in time, and the small fuzzy is now safe and sound.

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The Bakersfield Fire Department in California responded swiftly to a dumpster fire that required assistance, and they had no idea that their assistance would save a life.

When Engine Company 6’s Paul Alvarado arrived on the scene, he noticed a shrub on fire, and as he approached the hearth, he began to hear peculiar crying coming from it: it was the cries of a miserable small puppy.

“Providing amazing service applies to all or any of our customers!” the firefighter was praised as a hero for saving the small animal in need. on Facebook, the department wrote.

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The puppy was given a significant name: Fuego (Spanish for “fire”), and he was receiving therapy at the local animal shelter.

Pet Matchmaker Rescue took the puppy in, and consistent with the vets he was no older than one week when he got rescued.

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When the hearth experience occurred, he was unfortunately separated from his family.

“We believe mom was planning to get the other babies out and flee with them, but she was unable to do so since he was underneath the hearth,” Sokolow added.

Fuego is in foster care for the time being, because he is far too young and without a mother, and he need a great deal of attention in addition to treatment for his burns.

“The firemen got him out, and we’re filling his stomach and making him comfortable.”

He will spend a couple of months in care , and when he grows up and gets healthy are going to be but up for adoption.

As shown on Pet Matchmakers’ Facebook page, Fuego is doing well in his first week. He’s resting a lot and eating well, and because to his lucky timing, he has a lot of adopted siblings to play with: a Doberman litter of puppies was rescued around the same time as Fuego.

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