GLENDALE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -- A homeless pup wandering Valley streets gets some much-needed TLC, thanks to some caring firefighters. This rescue is Something Good!

Over the weekend, Glendale Firefighters from Engine 154 came across a small dog running down 43rd Ave. Worried she could get hit, they quickly scooped her up and put her in the fire truck.

In a Facebook post, the crew said her hair was matted and she looked malnourished. So the guys gave her a bath, along with some food and water. Firefighters then took her to a local veterinarian to get checked out.

It turns out, the dog wasn't chipped. The post says the vet agreed, the dog appears to have been homeless.

Glendale Fire also said in the thread that the dog was reported missing to the proper agency. Right now, she's safe and sound at the Battalion Chief's house and living happily as his daughter's companion.

Is something good happening in your neighborhood or community? We'd love to hear from you! Please email Tess at trafols@azfamily.Com

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