Thursday, October 20, 2016

Pet Oxygen Masks Save Pet Lives - Success Stories

Pet Oxygen Mask Save Pet Lives! We know that. 
Here is a list of all the pet oxygen mask rescues

Please note that in some cases the old links were removed from our Facebook page because they were either replaced or deleted by the issuing news media outlet. In most of these instances, video remain online (ref, Facebook links). 
The list here below was taken from our Facebook Page Feed. These are only pet oxygen masks rescue stories we are aware of. If you know of more articles, please use the comment section here below to send us the title, date and link to article.


10/19/2016 - Pet oxygen masks put to use for the first time

10/12/2016 -  Ala. Firefighters Use Pet Oxygen Mask to Revive Kitten After House Fire

9/29/2016 - Toledo firefighters save dog trapped in a burning home

9/29/2016 - First pet rescue using pet oxygen mask

9/14/2016 - Firefighters rescue dog from house fire in Henderson near Lake Mead and Warm Springs Road

9/8/2016 - Firefighters Revive Unresponsive Cat Pulled From House Fire With Tiny Oxygen Mask

9/7/2016 - Tiniest Puppies Saved From Barn Fire By Kind Firefighters

8/29/2016 - Firefighters work to save cat from Santee house fire

8/14/2016 - Pocatello firefighters save kittens from burning apartment 

8/12/2016 - Pet Oxygen Masks Save Two Dogs' Lives During House Fire

8/11/2016 - Woman taken to hospital after her dog causes flat fire in Browning Road, Dartford

7/13/2016 - Firefighters revive unconscious dog with pet oxygen mask

7/12/2016 - Pony treated with oxygen mask after road accident

6/2/2016 - Howland first responders save pets after house fire
6/1/2016 - Sheerness: Two dogs receive oxygen therapy after one of them is thought to have caused a kitchen fire in Medway Road

5/23/2016 - Donated pet oxygen masks help firefighters save 5 cats

4/21/2016 - Two cats rescued from apartment fire on Dallas Road

4/15/2016 -  33 dogs are rescued from blaze in Florida 'hoarder house' by firefighters with pet oxygen masks

4/14/2016 - Pet Cat Saved By New Fire Equipment

3/2/2016 - Columbus (IN) firefighters rescue 18 Pets from fire

2/12/2016 -  Watch Belmont Firefighters Save Dog, Cat With Tiny Pet Oxygen Mask

2/8/2016 - Vancouver firefighters rig oxygen mask to save unconscious dog after house fire
Owner feared the worst as pet was being revived on lawn of Venables Street dwelling

2/5/2016 - MWC Firefighters Bring Cat Back To Life

1/25/2016 - Virginia Firefighters Help Save Puppies by Giving Them Oxygen

12/22/2015 - Unusual Christmas tree fire in Marysville likely caused by cats

11/18/2015 - Firefighters use pet oxygen mask to save dog caught in house fire
Facebook video at

8/19/2015 - Port Alberni Fire Dept rescues puppies
Facebook video at

8/17/2015 - Firefighters save house, seven cats in Ephraim

8/5/2015 - Special oxygen mask helped save dog stuck in Totowa burning house

7/24/2015 - Pet oxygen mask saves life of Ashland woman’s pet
Smoke from residence fire nearly claims the life of Lily the cat

7/14/2015 - CSPCA donation of pet oxygen masks helped save 21 dogs in Lawrence, Kansas fire

3/27/2015 - Firefighters revive 2 cats with pet oxygen masks after Bradenton house fire

9/29/2014 - Pet oxygen masks credited in saving NLV dogs in fire
Facebook video at

6/30/2014 - Rescuers Save 'Soldier' The Cat With CPR Using A Tiny Oxygen Mask
Facebook video at

3/29/2014 - Late Night House Fire in Evansville

4/1/2014 - Downtown San Diego fire kills 1 dog, displaces 20 people
Facebook video at

12/2/2013 - Dog revived, people displaced after Great Falls, Va. house fire

10/29/2013 - New Donated Pet Oxygen Mask Helps Save Dog From Fire
Facebook video at

10/28/2013 - Firefighters save dog with help of donated pet oxygen mask
Facebook video at

10/23/2013 - Two chihuahuas rescued from Bowie house fire

9/23/2013 - Saving pets part of the job for Boise firefighters
Facebook video at

8/25/2013 - Kitten Revived by Firefighters is Reunited with His Family
Facebook video at

6/14/2013 - Pet Masks Used By Sioux City Fire and Rescue

5/14/2013 - Dog rescued in Xenia house fire
Facebook video available at

5/2/2013 - Two dogs caught in apartment fire rescued by firefighters

3/28/2013 - Margate Oxygen Mask Saves Cat in Bay County
Facebook video at

3/27/2013 - Tampa firefighters resuscitate two dogs after house fire

3/19/2013 - Fire displaces Oakland family; responders revive pet dog found in closet of home

3/1/2013 - Puppies Saved with Invisible Fence Project Breathe™ Pet Oxygen Masks
Facebook video at

2/25/2013 - Pet oxygen masks donated to Level VFC
Facebook video at

1/19/2013 - Elyria dog rescued from burning home resuscitated with pet oxygen mask
Facebook video at

1/16/2013 - Paramedic revives and saves cat suffering from smoke inhalation

1/9/2013 - Family dog rescued by Savannah firefighters
Facebook video at

1/3/2013 - Cola the Dog Saved in Lima, OH
The article link was disabled. Here is the text we were able to recover.
[In Lima, Ohio, a house fire broke out the morning of January 3, 2013. An adult occupant escaped from an upstairs room, but the family dog Cola hid in the basement. Nearly fifteen minutes after firefighters started attacking the fire in the freezing cold, they discover the dog-apparently lifeless-and bring her upstairs and out onto the snow. Luckily, the Lima Fire Department had been the recipient of a gift: pet oxygen masks, made to fit the long snouts of dogs and other pets. Firefighters worked on Cola for nearly five minutes, giving her oxygen, until she started breathing again. Her emotional owner, anxiously watching nearby, cried tears of relief and gratitude.
The house fire was caught on video; toward the end, near the 16:00 minute mark, you can see the firefighters bringing Cola out of the house and laying her on the snow to start resuscitation efforts. Unfortunately the video does not extend to her successful recovery.
DAH partnered with the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association to purchase pet oxygen mask kits for 4 local fire departments - Delphos, Lima, American Township, and Spencerville. The kits were acquired through the Wag'N O2 Fur Life Program in September and 2 more were acquired just a few days ago.

10/23/2012 - Firefighters Resuscitate a 17-Year-Old Cat,,20641689,00.html?xid=rss-topheadlines&utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&

10/18/2012 - Special equipment crucial in helping firemen save pets

9/8/2012 - FL firefighters save Chihuahuas & a cat with oxygen masks

5/18/2012 - Donated pet oxygen masks let Canton firefighters save dog's life

5/2/2012 - Pet masks save dogs in Barre house fire

4/3/2012 - Firefighters Rescue, Revive 20 Dogs from House Fire

9/11/2011 - Payette FD saves family pets thanks to new masks

8/31/2011 - Buffalo Grove House Fire on Farrington and Springside; 1 Family Dog Rescued, Second Dog Dies
Facebook video at

6/7/2011 - German shepherd saved by firefighters

3/6/2011 - Family Dog Saved by First Responders

7/4/2010 - Puppy rescued from fire in Norfolk's Ocean View
[orginal WTKR link no longer available]

7/1/2010 - Firefighters Resuscitate Pets After Home Fire

1/7/2010 - Hope in a time of crisis

1/6/2010 - String of fires prompt safety reminders

12/31/2009 - North Charleston fire leaves 6 families homeless

12/24/2009 - Firefighters rescue, resuscitate dog found in burning Clearwater home

2/16/2009 - Allentown 4th St House Fire w/Pet Rescue
Facebook video at

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Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Pet Oxygen Mask - Pet Parent Update on Oxygen Delivery System - LifeFlo

A new emergency oxygen delivery system solution has been brought to our attention...a solution that does NOT require a prescription!!! Wag this out:
LifeFlo ( ) Over The Counter (OTC) Emergency Oxygen Provides 15 to 20 minutes of 99% pure oxygen while awaiting the arrival of emergency services and/or while transporting your pet to the emergency veterinarian. This OTC option is approved by the FDA and does NOT require a prescription! Pricing per unit starts at $89.99
To visit the LifeFlo Store click HERE

Although we do NOT currently sell this equipment, the oxygen mask tubing included with your pet oxygen mask will fit the LifeFlo unit.

We have added this new option in our response to last FAQ

** Please note that if your veterinarian prescribes daily long term oxygen therapy, we recommend getting the prescription and the oxygen tank as it will most certainly be more cost efficient. This solution can be helpful whilst waiting to find the provider and/or should you get any issues/delays in acquiring that equipment.

Thursday, December 10, 2015

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Launch of New Department Database

Dear Followers & Readers,

we have made a few changes on how we publish the monthly list of departments receiving the kits.

We recently launched the new Department Database, making finding equipped departments a WAG!

We have 3 databases searchable by country.
USA, Canada & International*
(Run detailed searches by city, state and department name)

So Take a Wag at it! Its totally free 

** The Department Database replaces both the PDF list as well as the monthly blog posts.
** Please note that this database ONLY applies to kits acquired through the Wag'N O2 Fur Life Program. We do not have access to other organization records. The accuracy of our database is limited to the accuracy provided by sponsors and departments purchasing the equipment. We have no control over when kit are distributed by sponsors and/or implemented by departments.