You can call your local fire department to find out if they have pet oxygen masks on their trucks and, if not, it costs $75 to donate a kit with three sizes of mask and various training material! My neighbors' dog was rescued from a housefire by a pet-oxygen-equipped truck and administered oxygen. They also carried a leash that attached to a D-ring on the truck to restrain the dog from running back in (which is how he inhaled the smoke in the first place), and a bowl so they could give him water. And probably some other stuff I didn't get to see. He got to ride to his vet's office to get checked out (and to check in for boarding 'til the people figured out where they were staying) afterwards in the back of a squad car so, exciting dog day all around.
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