On entering the garage, the officers found seven dogs, two of them pregnant and all of them unconscious and unresponsive “as a result of smoke inhalation,” the ISP said.
“The first-responders then took immediate action and began CPR on the canines, providing oxygen in an attempt to revive them,” the ISP said. “Some of the officers and neighbors were able to open the dogs’ airways and blow air into their lungs. When EMS arrived on the scene, first-responders were then able to use ‘pet masks’ in order to better provide oxygen to the canines.”
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