A police officer rescued an “unbothered” dog from a burning home in Racine, Wisconsin, on Monday, July 6.
Officer Cory Radke and his K-9 partner Louie responded to reports of a house on fire on Beechnut Road shortly after 2 pm. When Radke arrived, he saw the southern half of the roof fully engulfed in flames.
Police said Radke and a neighbor entered the house and rescued a 12-year-old Vizsla named Deezel. Footage released by the department shows the pair find Deezel, who appeared unfazed by the commotion.
Radke picked up the dog, carried him out of the home, and handed him to a neighbor. He then returned to the home to rescue another dog and to check the house for occupants.
Radke was unable to find anyone else in the house. Police said a 12-year-old Daschund named Norton managed to escape the fire on his own.
The occupants of the house were not home at the time and no injuries were reported. Credit: Caledonia Police Department via Storyful