Happy Ending To A 'Ruff' Situation; Corgi Who Got CPR Reunited with Owners
MANCHESTER — The animals rescued from a New Hampshire house fire have been returned to their owner.
Thursday's house fire in Manchester displaced three pets, a cat, a black Labrador and a corgi, who were the only ones home at the time.
Firefighters responded to the 165 Taylor St. around 4:30 p.m. Thursday and immediately sprang into action.
Video from the scene shows the cat and black Lab escaping the fire seemingly unscathed but the corgi was found unresponsive.
Manchester firefighters performed CPR on the corgi and brought him back to life.
All three pets were transported to an emergency veterinary clinic via ambulance.
A district chief at the Manchester Fire Department told NH1 News on Saturday that all pets have been released back to their owners.