Friday evening's national firefighters' strike passed off without any major incident for Lincs Fire and Rescue - with a trapped dog their most challenging call-out of the night.
The industrial action took place between 6-10pm last night due to a dispute over pensions.
The fire service earlier announced they would operate with skeleton crews during strike hours and response times would potentially be longer.
Although staff responded to 999 emergency calls, they warned that they would not attend the scene of automated call-outs generated by fire alarms unless a 999 call was also made.
During the four hours of the strike - which affected Grantham, Lincoln, Skegness, Boston and Gainsborough fire stations - crews attended an address in Market Rasen to free a terrier which was trapped in a recliner chair. A saw had to be used to cut away the item of furniture and release the pet.
Later on firefighters were called out to a gas incident in Skegness and a minor fire in Gainsborough.
The service confirmed on their Twitter feed that the final hour of the strike had been without incident and the action ended as planned by 10pm.