Invisible Fence Donates Pet Rescue Masks to Aurora Fire Rescue

June 8, 2016

As part of its new store opening celebration in Aurora, Colorado, Invisible Fence donated 60 pet oxygen masks to Aurora Fire Rescue.

The donation was made through Project Breathe, which has provided more than 13,000 free pet oxygen masks to fire departments and first responders around the U.S. and Canada.

The pet oxygen mask donation to Aurora Fire Rescue will equip first responders in the community with small, medium and large masks to keep pets safe during life-threatening hazards like house fires.

For more information, visit InvisibleFence.com.

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