Gucci the Pomeranian saved its owner from a house fire abessive

Publish Date : 2021-04-16


Gucci the Pomeranian saved its owner from a house fire abessive

George Rutonski, Gucci's owner, had been asleep in his home in the Sydney suburb of Eagle Vale when the blaze broke out, according to CNN affiliate Seven News.

He woke to the sound of two-year-old Gucci's barking and the smell of smoke. With the help of his neighbors, Rutonski and Gucci made it out safely as the house continued to burn.

Rutonski, 58, was taken to the hospital to check for smoke inhalation, and credits Gucci with saving his life.



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'As they say, man's best friend is his dog,' Rutonski told Seven News.

Fred Sukker, Rutonski's neighbor, told CNN affiliate Nine News Rutonski had 'lost everything' in the fire.

'I don't think he'd be alive if it wasn't for his dog,' Sukker said.

Most of the house, which Rutonski was renting, has been destroyed, with the roof partially collapsed, Nine News reported.

Images show damaged walls, charred debris covering the floor, and blackened beams scattered across the yard.

The fire may have started by a cigarette or candle burning in the back room. Rutonski said he didn't hear his smoke alarm, which may have been because the roof caved in, or because it simply wasn't working in the first place.

'Smoke alarms are best, but dogs are good too,' a fire official told Nine News.

He woke to the sound of two-year-old Gucci's barking and the smell of smoke. With the help of his neighbors, Rutonski and Gucci made it out safely as the house continued to burn. Images show damaged walls, charred debris covering the floor, and blackened beams scattered across the yard. George Rutonski, Gucci's owner, had been asleep in his home in the Sydney suburb of Eagle Vale when the blaze broke out, according to CNN affiliate Seven News. He woke to the sound of two-year-old Gucci's barking and the smell of smoke. With the help of his neighbors, Rutonski and Gucci made it out safely as the house continued to burn. He woke to the sound of two-year-old Gucci's barking and the smell of smoke. With the help of his neighbors, Rutonski and Gucci made it out safely as the house continued to burn. Most of the house, which Rutonski was renting, has been destroyed, with the roof partially collapsed, Nine News reported. 'I don't think he'd be alive if it wasn't for his dog,' Sukker said. Fred Sukker, Rutonski's neighbor, told CNN affiliate Nine News Rutonski had 'lost everything' in the fire. Images show damaged walls, charred debris covering the floor, and blackened beams scattered across the yard. 'As they say, man's best friend is his dog,' Rutonski told Seven News. He woke to the sound of two-year-old Gucci's barking and the smell of smoke. With the help of his neighbors, Rutonski and Gucci made it out safely as the house continued to burn. 'Smoke alarms are best, but dogs are good too,' a fire official told Nine News. George Rutonski, Gucci's owner, had been asleep in his home in the Sydney suburb of Eagle Vale when the blaze broke out, according to CNN affiliate Seven News. George Rutonski, Gucci's owner, had been asleep in his home in the Sydney suburb of Eagle Vale when the blaze broke out, according to CNN affiliate Seven News. 'As they say, man's best friend is his dog,' Rutonski told Seven News. Fred Sukker, Rutonski's neighbor, told CNN affiliate Nine News Rutonski had 'lost everything' in the fire. The fire may have started by a cigarette or candle burning in the back room. Rutonski said he didn't hear his smoke alarm, which may have been because the roof caved in, or because it simply wasn't working in the first place. 'I don't think he'd be alive if it wasn't for his dog,' Sukker said. Rutonski, 58, was taken to the hospital to check for smoke inhalation, and credits Gucci with saving his life. He woke to the sound of two-year-old Gucci's barking and the smell of smoke. With the help of his neighbors, Rutonski and Gucci made it out safely as the house continued to burn. Images show damaged walls, charred debris covering the floor, and blackened beams scattered across the yard. He woke to the sound of two-year-old Gucci's barking and the smell of smoke. With the help of his neighbors, Rutonski and Gucci made it out safely as the house continued to burn. 'As they say, man's best friend is his dog,' Rutonski told Seven News. Images show damaged walls, charred debris covering the floor, and blackened beams scattered across the yard. Rutonski, 58, was taken to the hospital to check for smoke inhalation, and credits Gucci with saving his life. Rutonski, 58, was taken to the hospital to check for smoke inhalation, and credits Gucci with saving his life. 'I don't think he'd be alive if it wasn't for his dog,' Sukker said. George Rutonski, Gucci's owner, had been asleep in his home in the Sydney suburb of Eagle Vale when the blaze broke out, according to CNN affiliate Seven News. 'Smoke alarms are best, but dogs are good too,' a fire official told Nine News.

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