Porky and company are called out to fight a fire at a boarding house for performers. While the fire is a problem, Porky has at least as much trouble with one of his fellow firemen, a slow moving, slow talking dog whose ideas on firefighting are eccentric, to say the least! The gags come fairly fast and furious here, mostly having to do with fighting the fire, such as Porky running toward the fire with a water bucket, only to have the fire take the bucket away from him and throw the water on Porky.
Among those in the boarding house who come out are an old man with his leg in a cast who says he's okay, but that they need to save Grandpa! He then jumps and uses his beard as a parachute and an acrobatic troupe which jumps out of the building and land in formation.
As for the dog, he has his own theme music which fits his movements and he causes no end of trouble. He goes up to a window where a woman is screaming for help and, when she tells him to "put me on the street", he picks her up, holds her out and then drops her! He also plays a trick on Porky involving a fire hydrant and a seltzer bottle.
There's a really nice montage of repeated action toward the end which showcases a lot of the funniest gags. The ending is very good, so I won't spoil it here. This short is available on Looney Tunes, Volume 4 and is well worth viewing. Recommended.