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Retired police dog leads firefighters to toddler trapped in burning house

A loyal and devoted dog that never stops, even in old age!
Maxx is a retired police dog being hailed as a hero after helping firefighters save two children trapped in a burning house.


He led firefighters to a 4-year-old boy and a 2-year-old girl after a deadly fire broke out at their home in Florida.
Neighbors called 911 after hearing an explosion and ran to see if they could help, but they could only sow the child’s mother out the window.


Margo Feaser, the mother, who was an investigator at the County Sheriff’s office, then immediately tried to run back in the house:

“Her primary concern is getting back there and rescuing her children. She is an absolute soldier. She is a hero in our organization and her actions tonight demonstrate that behavior. We are very proud of her. ”
Feaser was brought under control while firefighters battled the fire to rescue her husband and their two children, but not without the help of their loyal dog.


“Maxx, the family dog, is said to have assisted firefighters through the thick smoke to the location of the two children,” according to the GoFundMe page set up to help the family.

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