First Responders from the Exeter Hose Company have become some of the best-equipped in the nation to save a pet’s life. That’s because Invisible Fence of Northeast PA has donated three sets of pet oxygen masks to their fire station. They were equipped with the masks after a March training session and demonstration at a monthly Exeter Borough Council meeting. Councilman John Morgan requested the mask kit from the Project Breathe website. This donation is a small part of Invisible Fence Brand’s Project Breathe, which was established with the goal of equipping every fire station in America and Canada with pet oxygen masks. These masks allow first responders to give oxygen to pets who are suffering from smoke inhalation when they are rescued from fires. The masks often save pets’ lives. Invisible Fence Brand has donated more than 10,000 pet oxygen masks to fire stations all over the U.S. and Canada throughout the life of the program. More than 175 pets have been saved by the donated masks so far. From left, are Zack Benczkoski, Matt Bartoli, Anthony Spadoni and Shawn Prohaska.