Firefighters who saved Staffy dog with oxygen in Mansfield concerned about its recovery

Firefighters who saved the life of a dog by giving it oxygen after it collapsed near Mansfield are keen to know how it is getting on.

Crews from Warsop were on their way back from an incident when they saw a dog in need of their help.

On 30 May at around 2pm on New Mill Lane, Mansfield Woodhouse a Staffordshire Bull Terrier had collapsed at the side of the road.

Crews acted fast and used the Smokey Paws equipment to help resuscitate the dog and after 15 minutes of oxygen the dog came round.

Stock image credit Smokey paws equipment with NFRS

They provided water and helped to get traffic moving again as the dog was taken to the vets by the owner.

A Nottinghamshire Fire Services spokesman said: “If you were the owner of the dog and have an update to how she is doing please get in touch and let us know.”

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