Fire stations get pet oxygen masks

12/10/2013

The donation of the 11 masks was presented by Harry Bigley, owner of Invisible Fence Brand of Hampton Roads.


HAMPTON, Va. (WAVY) - Each Hampton fire station got a new pet oxygen mask, courtesy of Invisible Fence Brand of Hampton Roads.

The donation of the 11 masks was presented by Harry Bigley, owner of Invisible Fence Brand of Hampton Roads.  Nearly 3,000 kits have been given to fire departments throughout the U.S. and Canada through the Invisible Fence® Brand Project Breathe™ initiative.

Prior to the pet masks, firefighters tried to adapt human masks, but they didn’t fit properly.

Additionally, the masks protect firefighters from an injured animal that may attempt to bite them.

Source:  WAVY.com

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