Taylor Fire & Greene County Ambulance Service Medic saves dog from burning home

Greene County Ambulance Service Medic Amanda Harkness administers oxygen to a dog with assistance from Taylor Fire Chief Randy Baker. The dog had been trapped inside a burning house in Scotland on Sunday. The special oxygen mask was donated to the Taylor Fire Department by the  Invisible Fence Company .  Photo Courtesy of Taylor Fire Department.

Greene County Ambulance Service Medic Amanda Harkness administers oxygen to a dog with assistance from Taylor Fire Chief Randy Baker. The dog had been trapped inside a burning house in Scotland on Sunday. The special oxygen mask was donated to the Taylor Fire Department by the Invisible Fence Company.  Photo Courtesy of Taylor Fire Department.

The Taylor Fire Department responded to a house fire Sunday, June 17, on West Gate Road in Scotland and rescued a dog that was trapped inside the burning house.

Greene County Ambulance Medic Amanda Harkness used a pet oxygen mask that was donated to the Taylor Fire Department by the Invisible Fence Company to administer oxygen to the dog.

Taylor Fire Chief Randy Baker reported the dog’s condition improved after the oxygen was administered.

Center Township Fire Department also assisted on the scene.