Koda, the fire dog, is always doing a good job.
The golden retriever works for the Georgetown Texas Fire Department as a fire safety training dog. She also helps her coworkers in other ways.
This month, Koda and a firefighter went to the department’s administrative offices, but Koda’s human friend got locked out of the building.
In response, Koda jumped in to help right away. She rushed over to help the firefighter who was stuck outside get back inside by opening the door for him.
The cute thing was caught on security cameras. The Georgetown, Texas, Fire Department shared the video, which shows Koda sniffing around inside the office.
When a firefighter comes to the door but can’t get in, the excited golden retriever walks up to the door and pushes on the door bar to let the firefighter in.
The firefighter in the clip told SWNS, “I was working late at our administration offices when I went outside.” “Our keycard system went down for a while, which locked me out and let Koda in.”
“She quickly came over when she heard me knocking on the door and opened it for me,” he said.
The Georgetown, Texas, Fire Department posted on Facebook about Koda’s good deed.
“If you get locked out of the Public Safety Building at night, what happens? You know that Koda, the best fire dog, will save the day.”
The department wrote a caption for the video clip of the golden retriever coming to the rescue.
SWNS says that when Koda isn’t helping the fire department train people about fire safety, she works as a registered therapy dog.