Dog resuscitated by firefighters after house fire in California

The dog was revived with a specialised animal oxygen mask

- Firefighters in Bakersfield, California rescued a dog from a house fire on Wednesday, and the incident was captured on video.

BFD IN ACTION #BFDaction #BakersfieldFDBFD Firefighters rescued a pet canine from the earlier 4627 Quarter Ave residential structure fire today. He was then reunited with his anxious owners, a married couple who were unharmed by the fire.

The firefighter who carried him from the home visited Jack on Thursday.

Video shows a man checking on his pet, before a firefighter places a specialised animal oxygen mask over the unresponsive dog's face. Bakersfield firefighters desperately gave the animal oxygen as it struggled to regain consciousness.

Jack was unresponsive after being rescued from the home
Image Jack was unresponsive after being rescued from the home

Jack was revived and transported to Bakersfield Veterinary Hospital where he'll remain under observation for the next 24 to 48 hours for any additional injuries or complications.

Fire crew chief John Frando said the dog was pulled out of a "heavy" fire.

The two girls donated pet oxygen masks to the Bakersfield fire department in California previous year.

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