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New Tool To Save Family Pets

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Brookline firefighters have a new tool to save family pets rescued during fires and other emergencies. The department has received a donation of six sets of pet oxygen mask kits from at-home pet services provider Canine Company.

The kits were presented to Fire Chief John F. Sullivan on Tuesday, August 7, during a gathering at the Brookline Village Station by Michelle Perrotti, Canine Company’s Norfolk County representative. Perrotti demonstrated the masks with the assistance of Holly, a 5-year-old Springer spaniel mix.

In the photo, Brookline Fire Chief John F. Sullivan tests one of the department’s new pet oxygen masks on Holly, a 5-year-old Springer spaniel mix, with the help of Michelle Perrotti of Canine Company as members of the department watch.

Thanks Canine Company!