Dog treated for smoke inhalation after house fire in Denver

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DENVER — A dog that had to be treated for smoke inhalation after a house fire is doing well, thanks to firefighters and paramedics.

The fire broke out in a home on East Amherst Avenue near Interstate 25 and East Yale Avenue on Friday afternoon, according to the Denver Fire Department.

The fire department tweeted a photo of emergency crews treating the golden retriever Friday afternoon.

Fire officials later said the dog was “doing well” and its tail was wagging all the way to the veterinarian.

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