This video says about itself:
31 October 2016
A dog was rescued by Italian firefighters after being trapped under rubble in Norcia, Monday, following a 6.6 magnitude earthquake that severely damaged the town and its surroundings on Sunday.
Some 20 people were injured in the earthquake, but no deaths have been reported. Emergency and civil protection teams were dispatched to the area to assess the damage.
Translated from Dutch NOS TV:
Video: Dog saves dog after day under earthquake rubble
Guided by their own rescue dog, Italian rescue workers in the town of Norcia yesterday removed another dog alive from the rubble. The animal had been buried during the earthquake on Sunday.
One can see on a video of the Italian fire department how rescue workers liberate the animal gently out of its predicament and give it water. The animal was covered in dust but at first glance nothing else was wrong.
When the earthquake, the worst in Italy since 1980, struck, there were no deaths. Many people had already left the area after previous earthquakes in the area. In late August during the quake around Amatrice town nearly 300 people died.
Italian priest blames earthquakes on gays: here.