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OKLAHOMA CITY — There were reports of a house fire burning in west Oklahoma City.

Officials say the blaze happened in the 2300 block of W. Sheridan.

A large cloud of smoke could be seen billowing from miles away.

Crews responded to the flames. They say the house was fully-involved.

No injuries have been reported.

However a dog was pulled from the house and was given oxygen to help with labored breathing. They say the pooch is expected to fully recover. A second dog was removed without incident.

Firefighters say it was difficult to knock down the fire because there was clutter from floor to ceiling. Nonetheless, the blaze was put out in 10 minutes.

Fire officials say they will investigate the cause of the fire.

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