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Pup Saved From Fire Becomes Fire Fighter

20 Jul 2016 | by Deepshikha Tahiliani | Posted in: Wag News

There are some situations which make your heart restore faith in humanity. Little Jake, who was merely 3-weeks-old was rescued from a burning shed. This tiny pooch was saved by Bill Lindler, a local firefighter from Hanahan Fire Department. During that incident, Jake’s body was about 75% burnt, which included his paw pads as well.

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The owners as expected abandoned him at the vet, as they couldn’t afford his treatments anymore. However, luck worked for Jake and the same firefighter who rescued him from fire decided to adopt him as soon as he came to know about the abandonment.

In Hanahan Fire Department, Jake’s recovery was unbelievable. He took no time in becoming healthy and happy. The fire department happily made Jake their official mascot. Jake accompanies the department to schools to teach kids about fire safety and what exactly to be done in emergencies. What’s cuter is that Jake has his own badge. Mr. Lindler says, “I had plans on using Jake as a therapy dog, but have changed gears and we are focusing on training him to be an Arson Detection Dog.”

Check out Jake, who seems extremely happy with Bill Lindler and the Hanahan Fire Department.

 

Little Jake when adopted by Mr. Lindler

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Happiness surely can be seen on Jake’s face. Thanks to Hanahan Fire Department

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He has been certified by the department too. How cool is it ?

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Jake all decked up to work with Hanahan Fire Department. He has his own badge too!

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People like Lindler surely make us believe that we still have compassion left in us and restore our faith in humanity.

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