Seven Puppies Die In Sydney House Blaze

A man in his 50s has been hospitalised after a house fire in Sydney's west, in which seven puppies died.

Emergency services were called to the blaze on Michigan Road, Seven Hills at around 11.50pm on Friday.

ten daily understands the man lived at the property with his daughter who wasn't home at the time of the fire.

The man initially tried to extinguish the fire but later fled the house. He was taken to Blacktown Hospital for minor smoke inhalation.

The home is made of fibro, so police are still waiting for the area is declared safe before entering. For this reason, the cause of the blaze is yet to be determined.

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Seven red setter puppies died in the fire, with three adult dogs surviving. It hasn't been confirmed who owned the dogs or why they were at the residence.

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With AAP.