Firefighters save dog using specialized mask

Firefighters save dog using specialized mask

Firefighters save dog using specialized mask

A California dog was pulled from a burning house and revived by firefighters, a heartwarming rescue caught on video.

Footage has emerged of the moment firefighters resuscitated a "lifeless" dog after saving it from a house blaze.

The canine Jack was trapped inside the burning home in California, USA, as its owners were forced to escape without their beloved pet.

Fire crews placed a specialist animal mask over the mutt's face to kick-start its breathing again.

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The dog was removed from a residential structure fire in the 4600 block of Quarter Ave, according to a post on the Bakersfield Fire Department's Facebook page. One firefighter patted Jack and rubbed his back during the process.

The firefighter who carried him from the home visited Jack on Thursday. He was then reunited with his anxious owners, a married couple who were unharmed by the fire.

Once Jack was alert and clearly alive, he was transported to a veterinary hospital, where he continues to recover.

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