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Retired Police Dog Jumps Back Into Duty And Saves Toddlers From Raging House Fire

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Most of us can count on dogs to be there for us when we need a furry buddy because they are our devoted companions.

We pray that we are never placed in a scenario where we must decide how to behave or how to react with our dogs in the face of actual danger.

The bravery and loyalty of their dog were put to the ultimate test in the case of Margo and Brent Feaser and their two young children.

The family is still alive today because of their German Shepherd dog Maxx, a former K-9, and their tenacious neighbors.

Chip Dover, his son Andrew, and Joe Jordan, neighbors of the Feasers in Longwood, Florida, were taking in the night sky when they heard an explosion.

Dover told TODAY Parents, “We were outdoors with my telescope, looking at Jupiter with my next-door neighbor.

“We were getting ready to come in when we heard a big explosion, and the house just blew up.

“We ran over there immediately and it was burning like crazy, and then we realized the family was still inside.”

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House’s windows were broken.

The group hurried to the Feaser’s house and gathered anything they could to smash the house’s front windows.

Margo Feaser, an investigator with the Seminole County Sheriff’s Department in Florida, was saved by the men but desperately tried to return inside to save her husband, son, 4, and daughter, 2.

She’s an amazing soldier, as Chief Deputy Dennis Lemma stated of Margo: “Her major concern was to get in there and to rescue her children.” She is a hero in our organization, and her behavior tonight proves that. We are incredibly proud of her.

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Firefighters arrived quickly and Brent, Margo’s husband, was saved. However, their dog Maxx and two children were still inside the burning home.

Maxx later returned to duty to assist the firemen in locating the two infants who were reportedly trapped inside the home, according to the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office.

The house was now heavily smoke-filled, making rescue efforts more challenging. Thankfully, Maxx was there to greet the firefighters and direct them to the two kids.

According to TODAY Parents, the family was rushed to the hospital, where their condition ranged from stable to critical.

The family’s home was completely destroyed by the fire, which is believed to have been an accident.

Maxx was praised as a hero for staying in the house with the kids and assisting the firemen in navigating the dense smoke while receiving treatment for smoke inhalation.

There are simply not enough beautiful words in the world to adequately describe this incredible hero dog!

We are fortunate to have these dependable pets in our life; it never ceases to amaze me how our dogs risk their lives to assist us humans.

Well done, Maxx! It appears that you haven’t lost the ability to defend and assist.

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