One cop entered the smoke-filled garage to rescue the terrified puppies.
At 1:30 a.m., police and firefighters arrived at the Arizona home to find that the flames in the attic had quickly spread to the garage below.
By the time authorities arrived, the fire had burned through the roof and the back of the garage.
There were two dogs near the house, but a loud squealing inside indicated that they were not the only ones.
Seven puppies were locked in a garage, all only a few weeks or days old.
One cop, with the help of other cops, entered the smoky garage trying to find and rescue the terrified puppies.
He spotted all seven on the floor after driving over cars on his route.
The officer picked up the puppies and placed them in a large metal food bowl.
The officer carefully stepped outside, away from the house, with the cubs stacked on top of each other so they could breathe fresh air.
They are also reunited with their mother.
The officers had a place to keep the puppies until, thanks to some helpful neighbors, they were taken to the local veterinarian for evaluation.
“This is not something ordinary people should do. instead, it should be left to public safety professionals to do it safely”.