Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service were on hand to help a young canine called Tammy yesterday when they attended a fire at a property in Moorhey Road, Maghull.
11 months old Tammy was in the front room of the house when a fire involving a washing machine/ tumble dryer started in the kitchen.
After rescuing Tammy safely from the living room, crews gave her extra oxygen outside with the help of a Smokey Paws oxygen kit.
The new kits were introduced by Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service earlier this year and fourteen fire engines in Merseyside now carry pet-friendly oxygen masks to help pets in distress.
The fire itself was extinguished quickly by the crew after they arrived.
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