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Jason Dyer, 41, and his nephew Dean Rostock, 25, jumped over the fence and kicked open kennel doors after hearing dogs barking in panic

Two heroes risked their lives to run into the blaze and rescue 20 dogs at the height of the fire.

Jason Dyer, 41, and his nephew Dean Rostock, 25, jumped over the fence and kicked open kennel doors after hearing dogs barking in panic.

Between them the pair rescued around 20 dogs, putting leads on them and bringing them to safety before tying them to a nearby fence.

They then went back to rescue others.


Dean, who lived Cleveland Road, behind the home, and Jason, who lived on nearby Moston Lane, described the horror scene.

Jason said: "All the windows where the dogs are advertised for sale were blown out and the ceiling was collapsed.
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Responses to "Heroes raced into the fire to rescue dogs, risking their lives (VIDEO)"

  1. poor dogs ... heroes, thank you!

  2. Anonymous says:

    thank you to all the men who saved the dogs form a sure death it makes me wonder how many kennels are really safe and why there is no one there to protect these animals in them it could of been worse but thanks to these wonderful men and heros who saved the animals it may damage these dogs forever psycologically but hope that they will be showed compassion and love in their future homes Val Perth W.A.

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