When a former police dog tried to bring firefighters inside the burning house, they sensed something wasn’t OK

A dedicated and loyal dog who never stops rescuing people, even in old age!

Maxx, a former police dog, is being called a hero after helping firefighters save two kids who were stuck in a burning house.

After a te.r.r.ible fire broke out at their Florida house, he led rescuers to a 4-year-old boy and a 2-year-old daughter.

After hearing an explosion, neighbors contacted 911 and raced to see whether they could assist, but they could only throw the child’s mother out the window.

Margo Feaser, the mother and an investigator at the County Sheriff’s office, then attempted to flee the house:

“Her main priority is to get back there and save her children.” She is a real warrior. She is a hero in our company, and her actions today prove it. “We are quite proud of her.”

Feaser didn’t move while firefighters fought the fire to save her husband and their two children, but they couldn’t have done it without the help of their loyal dog.

According to the GoFundMe page put up to support the family, “Maxx, the family dog, is claimed to have helped firemen through the dense smoke to the location of the two youngsters.”