Dog rescued from house fire in SW Houston
HOUSTON (KTRK) -- Firefighters rescued a dog from house fire in southwest Houston.
A home on Sul Ross near Shepherd caught fire around 9am Tuesday. Only the family dog was home at the time.
A neighboring dog grooming shop evacuated its dogs as a precaution because all the smoke. No word on the cause of the house fire.
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