16 rescue dogs from ‘Mangy Mutt Rescue’ safe after fire broke out in garage

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In Phoenix, 16 dogs were rescued from a house fire that broke out in the garage of a home near 37th Avenue and Bethany Home Road that served as an animal rescue for “Mangy Mutt Rescue.”

According to Arizona News, the owner of the home Todd Born, had been plugging in lights in the backyard and cleaning up for bulk trash pickup when the lights fizzled out.

Firefighters from the Phoenix and Glendale Fire Departments responded. When they arrived, flames were 30 feet high. Clutter around the home made it difficult for firefighters to extinguish the flames. All of the dogs were rescued and placed into emergency kennels.

Volunteers are now being sought to foster or adopt the dogs on Tuesday and Wednesday.

For more information, contact the Mangy Mutt Rescue.


Mangy Mutt Rescue-Rehab-Rehome
Maricopa County
Phoenix, Arizona

 EMAIL 602-326-3272 call/text

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