Oxygen masks for pets – from dogs and horses to even snakes – are being used to save lives.
Firefighters in Kent have used the masks to aid a horse after a horse box was involved in a crash, and event treated 12 cats and four dogs in one emergency.
A Jack Russell trapped up to its neck in water under a metal grill drain was also given oxygen using the special mask until it could be freed.
Members of the public, businesses, charities and the Duke of Kent have sponsored the £90 masks through not-for-profit organisation Smokey Paws.
Kent Fire and Rescue Service was the first to roll out use of the masks.
They have now been installed on every fire engine and at every fire station in the country.
Firefighters in Kent have also been among the first in the country to get enhanced pet resuscitation training, with a dog manikin used to hone their pet-saving skills.