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Firefighters Burst Into Flaming Home To Save 7 Dogs, But Owner Insists There’s One More Trapped

by Ana Luisa Suarez
Ana is an Associate Editor who loves animals and food. A good taco and a snuggle with her dogs is all she needs.

When a house fire happens, there are many things that will go through someone’s head.

Depending on what is inside the house, we may worry about our material possessions if we happen to live alone.

If you live with others, your first worry is making sure they are OK. Humans can understand when you scream “There’s a fire,” but a dog cannot. They can sense danger, but some dogs hide instead of running.

There was quite a bit of panic for a family from Phoenix, Arizona, as the mother and daughter had eight dogs in the house with them.

All of the animals and the two women were upstairs when the fire occurred. The firefighters who arrived on the scene quickly rushed to take care of the flames and get the animals out of the house.

But when they came out with seven, the homeowner said the remaining dog must be hiding somewhere inside. Gizzy, a Chihuahua and Pomeranian mix, had indeed stayed hidden instead of getting out.

Gizzy was found by the firefighters in the ashes left by the blaze. When they pulled her out, she was OK but covered in soot.

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