Five fire engines in Cambridgeshire are to carry life-saving oxygen masks for small animals as part of a trial with charity Smokey Paws.
Lexi the husky was modelling one of the new animal oxygen masks at the appropriately named Dogsthorpe Fire Station in Peterborough.
It's actually the smoke that kills in many fires. Quick access to oxygen can be vital and campaigners say these masks will save lives.
It's hoped as many rescue vehicles as possible will ultimately have the kit to help save small animals.
Cambridgeshire Fire Service says human lives come first but it knows how important pets can be.
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Nearly half of us own pets and last year fire services nationally attended around 40,000 house fires. So it is not hard to see what a lifesaver these masks could be.
The five fire engines in Cambridgeshire with the pet oxygen masks are based at Dogsthorpe, Cambridge, Huntingdon, St Neots and Ely.