Ok the story goes like this...We had a trailer fire Monday morning the 15Th at 4:30, well on the way there was reports of trapped animals. We had a crew go in on the back door and right when the walked in there were dead animals in the door way. When they went in a little more one of our female FF's spotted a dog on the floor still moving. She picked it up and it was still breathing, so she came out and put a nonrebreather on it and later it started breathing on it's own. Well come to find out the reason they had so many animals in the house and outside was that they were all rescued in some way and they were keeping them. They all were also under adoption and with a few FF's attached to the dog already the Chief brought it up at our Tuesday meeting to take votes on possibly adopting the 6 month old dog from the family. So everybody agreed to adopt the one we saved and take care of it, but it's at our local vet and its pretty much in the ICU. It is in stable condition and should recover. So we are pretty much waiting on the doc to release it and then we can adopt. and there's another but... It doesn't have a name...we would like to keep the name within the fire service, so if any of you have suggestions please tell. Thanks 6/18/09
We got an update from the doc and hes doing better and should be able to be adopted Saturday the 20Th...... WE NAMED HIM "BOOSTER"
Great story, glad to hear he's making a good recovery. I think Lucky really fits his situation..
If you want something unique you could name him Atsilv (Pronounced Ah Chee Luh) in my grandmothers language (Cherokee) it means Fire. A few other simple words are Ada (Dog), Tsunalugi (Chew Nah Lew Gee) means Smoke. Ahyoka means "She who smiles a lot" but I think it can also mean a guy who smiles a lot, not so good with my pronouns haha.
As far as tools go you could name him Spanner, or K12 lol