Im sure they cared about there dog. The guy was hurt, the woman was having chest pain, and they both though the dog had come out of the house with them. Its not like they said F the dog we are outta here. maby the fire was so out of controll when they got out that they couldnt have gone back in for her, or maby it took a few mins to notice she was not there and by that time they couldnt go back in, Or maby the fire men wouldnt let them back in for her. You cant just say they let the dog die, when you dont know exactly what happend
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Well I see the the point that you were trying to make allaboutdogs. But I think thats kind of wrong it said they thought he was out for one.. And secondly they were really old people I believe the article says they were 81 and 80. I mean even if they didnt know that she/he wasnt out, honestly how quickly do you think they could have moved to get the poor dog out? They were really lucky to be alive. However, if the dog was smart enough to wake them up and get them out then why wasnt he smart enough to get him/herself out also if he "knew" there was a fire. I think maybe it was a coincedence that he/she happend to be licking them when the fire started.