KRON 4 | Rob Nesbitt
In a first for the Marin Humane Society, an animal services officer in Marin County saved a dog’s life using Narcan. The dog’s owner called 911 when the animal collapsed in a mall parking lot after discovering that their prescription medication bottle had been chewed through minutes before.
At the Marin Humane Society, they get a variety of emergency calls from small pets locked inside hot cars, to larger animals running loose.
But on July 1, Animal Services Officer Chelsea Myers had a first. A dog owner called 911 from a mall parking lot in Corte Madera.