First responders rescue dog from Kansas house fire

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NEODESHA, Kan. (KAKE) -

First responders are credited with reviving a dog after it was pulled from a house fire in southeast Kansas.

Firefighters from Fredonia were called before noon Wednesday to assist the Neodesha Fire Department with a house fire in the 900 block of North 8th Street. 

Two firefighters found the unresponsive dog and removed it from the house, and two city workers used a pet resuscitator to revive the animal, the Neodesha Fire Department said on Facebook.

"He is being treated by our local veterinarian and is doing fine," the department said.

No other injuries were reported.

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