While the Konen family from Flagler County, Florida, was out shopping on Sunday, disaster was unfolding at home. A fire broke out and tore through the building.
First responders were on scene dealing with the blaze when the family was notified that their house was on fire, but one family member was still inside.
It was Deputy Jeckovich with the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office who heard the pup scratching at the inside of the front door. He notified the firemen on scene and then broke the glass of the door so the dog could get out.
The sheriff’s office shared the body camera footage on Facebook Monday.
“While on the scene, Deputy Jeckovich could hear scratching from behind the front door,” the post read. “Deputy Jekovich quickly broke the door, allowing the dog to escape the home, which was fully englufed in flames.
“While the dog was a little shaken up, there were no serious