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'Firefighters from Tallaght Fire Station searched for and rescued this little guy when his home became smoke logged'

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'Found under a bed and no worse for his experience he was quickly reunited with his human'

'Found under a bed and no worse for his experience he was quickly reunited with his human'

'Found under a bed and no worse for his experience he was quickly reunited with his human'

A puppy that was hiding under a bed during a house fire was found and rescued by Dublin Fire Brigade.

Firefighters were tackling the fire at a home in Tallaght on Valentine’s Day when they were alerted to the missing pup.

After searching the smoke logged home, the little dog was found and reunited with his owners.

Firefighters from Tallaght Fire Station searched for and rescued this little guy when his home became smoke logged last night.

Found under a bed and no worse for his experience he was quickly reunited with his human.

Taking to Twitter, DFB shared a snap of the brave pup and the hero who saved him.

“Firefighters from Tallaght Fire Station searched for and rescued this little guy when his home became smoke logged [on Monday].”

“Found under a bed and no worse for his experience he was quickly reunited with his human.”

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