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More Than 100 Pups Are Inside When Doggy Daycare Catches Fire

Posted On: Mar 29, 2023   |   Posted By: iHeart Dogs

More Than 100 Pups Are Inside When Doggy Daycare Catches Fire

When “The Dog Resort,” a doggy daycare in Seattle's Lake City neighborhood, caught on fire, it could have been a devastating disaster. After all, dozens of dogs were attending daycare that day. But instead, the exceptional employees from two nearby businesses came together, not hesitating to put themselves in harm's way so they could lend a helping hand.
Thanks to the local community, every single dog was saved from the fire.
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It was the employees from PSR Mechanical, along with a few from Aceitunos Mexican Foods, a nearby Mexican restaurant, who came together to help. PSR is right across the street, and the Mexican restaurant is next door. Employees at both places spotted the smoke and heard the sirens.
“You could see the smoke pouring out of the building and the noise from the dogs, from the emergency responders, the firefighters, police, everybody that was responding. So, it was a lot of noise; it was chaos. And it was one of those situations where we didn't know exactly what to do, but we knew we...

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