Two dogs from the Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service are being awarded the animal equivalent of the OBE.
The PDSA Order of Merit recognises animals that display outstanding loyalty or service. Recipients include service animals in the police force, assistance dogs or medical detection dogs.
Yellow Labradors Echo and Cracker will both receive the PDSA Order of Merit at a special ceremony in October.
Both have given a decade of service to the Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service - and are being recognised for their "incredible skill"
Echo was deployed to help search for survivors following a devastating earthquake in Haiti - which handler Mike described as "hell on earth".
He worked tirelessly for two weeks.
Cracker was a Fire Service Investigation Dog with Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service, trained to detect 20 different types of accelerants.
She helped bring more than 200 years of custodial sentences to arsonists.
To date, the PDSA Order of Merit has been awarded to 10 police horses and 7 dogs.