Video: Texas 'fire dog' opens FD’s doors to let in locked-out first responder
Watch as Georgetown Fire Department’s fire dog, Koda, happily lets the stranded member inside
By Rachel Engel
GEORGETOWN, Texas — A golden retriever was caught on video opening a locked door to the city’s public safety building and letting in a first responder who was unable to get inside.
The Georgetown Fire Department’s fire dog Koda was caught on surveillance video excitedly wagging her tail and greeting the first responder through the door’s glass before pushing on the handle and letting them in the door.
Koda is also a registered therapy dog, with nearly 500 followers on Instagram.
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