Alabama veterinarians offer aid to save pets during a fire

09/14/2010 | Huntsville Times (Ala.), The

A number of pets reportedly die each year from house fires, mostly from smoke inhalation. In an effort to address the problem, veterinarians in Huntsville, Ala., have donated to the Madison County Volunteer Firefighters Association pet oxygen masks, which reportedly give a better chance of recovery to pets that suffer from lung damage during a fire.

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