Adorable moment a fire dog opens jammed door for first responder who was locked outside in Texas


Adorable moment a fire dog opens jammed door for first responder who was locked outside in Texas

  • A dog was able to open the door to their co-worker after forgetting their key
  • Koda, a golden retriever firedog with the Georgetown, Texas fire department spotted their fellow worker standing outside in the dark
  • The worker was able to signal to the dog to open the door by pushing on the bar 
  • Interaction was caught on camera and posted to Twitter by the department 

A Texas fire dog was able to successfully open the front door to a building in order to let her human colleague inside. 

Koda, who is based with the Georgetown, Texas fire department north of Austin could be seen waiting by a glass door for her coworker to arrive.  

Unbeknownst to the golden retriever, her colleague had forgotten his front door key and was unable to get back inside. 

Within seconds of arriving at the front door, the fireman was able to signal to the pup to open the door to let him back in.

Koda, a golden retriever firedog with the Georgetown, Texas fire department spotted their fellow worker standing outside in the dark

The worker was able to signal to the dog to open the door by pushing on the bar Interaction was caught on camera and posted to Twitter by the department

The worker was able to signal to the dog to open the door by pushing on the bar Interaction was caught on camera and posted to Twitter by the department

Koda was then able to unlock the door for the fireman to walk inside the building

Koda was then able to unlock the door for the fireman to walk inside the building

The firefighter appeared to offer the dog a treat for her good work

The firefighter appeared to offer the dog a treat for her good work

The Georgetown Fire Department, then tweeted the video while singing the praises of their loyal and extremely well trained fire dog.

The Georgetown Fire Department, then tweeted the video while singing the praises of their loyal and extremely well trained fire dog.

Koda could be seen wagging her tail before jumping up and pushing on the metal bar to open the door to allow the first responder to get in. 

Once back indoors, the firefighter could be seen giving Koda a friendly pat, no doubt grateful to no longer be standing outside in the dark.

The entire episode was caught thanks to a surveillance camera located above the entryway.

The Georgetown Fire Department, then tweeted the video while singing the praises of their loyal and extremely well trained fire dog. 

Koda appears to be well known to those following the Georgetown Fire Department's social media pages

Koda appears to be well known to those following the Georgetown Fire Department’s social media pages

The clever dog frequently featuring in photos and meeting members of the community

The clever dog frequently featuring in photos and meeting members of the community

Members of the Georgetown, Texas Fire Department pose alongside Koda their fire dog

Members of the Georgetown, Texas Fire Department pose alongside Koda their fire dog

‘What happens when you get locked out of the Public Safety Building at night? You rely on the best fire dog Koda to rescue the day!’ they wrote. 

Koda appears to be well known to those following the Georgetown Fire Department’s social media pages 

The clever dog frequently featuring in photos and can meeting members of the community of all ages.

Koda looks to be a much loved and appreciated member of the Georgetown, Texas Fire Dept.

Koda looks to be a much loved and appreciated member of the Georgetown, Texas Fire Dept.

Koda is seen next to a worker with the Georgetown Office of Emergency Management

Koda is seen next to a worker with the Georgetown Office of Emergency Management 



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