When I read the story last week about the firefighters in Wisconsin who pulled a yellow Labrador Retriever out of a burning house (he was found very scared in an upstairs bedroom) and then saved his life, I was moved to tears. The firefighters knew they only had seconds to work on the dog since he couldn’t breathe, and since no canine equipment could be found, one of them used a technique he had seen on television. He immediately started mouth-to-snout resuscitation. Long story short, he saved Koda’s life, and he is doing just fine now. You can read more details about this story on Today.