Oxygen had to be administered to two litters of puppies following a Middlewich house fire.
Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service attended a property on Long Lane in Middlewich shortly after 2pm today (April 20).
Two adult dogs and two litters of puppies were found were rescued from the property.
Both the puppies and the adult dogs were administered oxygen following the fire.
A statement from Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service said: “Firefighters were called following reports of a fire in a property on Long Lane.
“On arrival the crews found that the fire was in the kitchen of a semi-detached property.
“Four firefighters wearing breathing apparatus used two hose reel jets to extinguish the flames.
“Firefighters rescued two adult dogs and two litters of puppies and administered oxygen.
“A large fan was used to ventilate the area while the gas and electricity supply was isolated.”
A post on Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service’s Twitter page confirmed that all of the dogs are ‘doing well.’
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