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Heartwarming Moment A Family Finds Out Their Dog Survived California Wildfires

Jack Weaver and his brother-in-law Patrick Widen navigated police roadblocks, a stream, and perilous mountain routes in order to avoid having to help Jack’s mother retrieve the body of her cherished dog Izzy. The blazing wildfire that devastated Katherine Weaver’s neighborhood in Northern California and caused her and Izzy to leave for safety while Katherine was still in her pajamas had Katherine Weaver believing that Izzy was murdered in the blaze.

The home was entirely gone when the men arrived at the end of the winding road on Tuesday, and Jack swore. Izzy, a 9-year-old Bernese Mountain dog, sprang out running for a joyful reunion.

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In a video that went popular on Facebook, Jack, who was recording the situation for his parents, managed to capture the amazing moment in the midst of countless images of terrible devastation.

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The Weavers and many others were forced to leave their pets behind in the hasty rush to flee in the middle of the night because they couldn’t be discovered or just didn’t have time to find them, according to Fox News.

Jack explained to Inside Edition:

“Izzy leapt out of the car when he opened the door, disappearing into the night. They hurried to Izzy’s car and descended the hill as she yelled for Izzy, but by this point the flames were 30 feet high. They barely managed to survive.”

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Jakob said:

“She became unhinged. After losing her home, she moved from being sad to becoming the happiest person I have ever seen. She had to return home right away. She was really joyful. Even though she’s still in disbelief over everything, she is now in better form thanks to Izzy’s presence in our home.”

Animal care professionals are laboring beyond normal hours to feed and treat animals that have endured horror. Jack’s first concern was informing his mother that Izzy was alive.

Izzy was well, according to a veterinarian, and was presumably protected from the heat of the fire by her thick coat of hair.

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The chief vet, Dr. Katie McKenzie, stated:

“Gravity is frequently awful. His paws are scorched. If not, they may fall off in the days that follow. Therefore, our objective is to heal them, remove any tissue that is too charred to be saved, and provide them bandages and medications.”

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