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See larger Jill McKee with her dog, Jack, wearing a large size pet mask at the donation event last Friday. McKee's company Invisibile Fence of Southwest Florida, established a national initiative named Project Breathe, which has donated more than 3,000 masks to fire stations nationwide. Anne Claire Shilton special to the Daily News

Jill McKee with her dog, Jack, wearing a large size pet mask at the donation event last Friday. McKee's company Invisibile Fence of Southwest Florida, established a national initiative named Project Breathe, which has donated more than 3,000 masks to fire stations nationwide. Anne Claire Shilton special to the Daily News

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  • Jill McKee with her dog, Jack, wearing a large size pet mask at the donation event last Friday. McKee's company, Invisibile Fence of Southwest Florida, established a national initiative named Project Breathe where more than 3,000 masks were donated to fire stations nationwide. Anne Claire Shilton special to the Daily News
  • Decals will be placed on each East Naples Fire Rescue truck, denoting its ability to treat injured pets. Anne Claire Shilton special to the Daily News
  • Jill McKee with her dog, Jack, wearing a large size pet mask at the donation event last Friday. McKee's company Invisibile Fence of Southwest Florida, established a national initiative named Project Breathe, which has donated more than 3,000 masks to fire stations nationwide. Anne Claire Shilton special to the Daily News
  • The pet oxygen kits come with three masks, which when hooked up to oxygen improves a pet's chance of surviving a house fire. Like humans, pets can also suffer from smoke inhalation during a house fire, but fire fighters can give them treatment with masks like these.   Anne Claire Shilton special to the Daily News
  • Jill McKee, owner of Invisible Fence of Southwest Florida, shows off a wristband supporting pet oxygen masks. McKee donated five pet oxygen masks to the East Naples Fire Control and Rescue Department last Friday at the Humane Society Naples. Anne Claire Shilton special to the Daily News

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