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Dogs Treated After Bowie House Fire

Police and firefighters gave oxygen to two dogs discovered after a house fire was extinguished in Bowie.

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A City of Bowie police officer assists in providing oxygen to a Chihuahua that was overcome from smoke.
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Firefighter George Rogers was part of the crew that located the dogs and initiated treatment. He is providing O2 to the small black dog.
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The Cape Cod style home sustained significant damage.
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Firefighter Anthony Slydell assisted the dogs' owner by carrying the Chihuahua to her car.
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The dogs were released to their owners. Both dogs appeared to be doing well after receiving a round of oxygen.
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Firefighter Rogers with a very alert and trembling Chihuahua
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