How To Give Your Dog Life Saving CPR

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  1. Harry says:

    Hope I never need to,but thanks

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  2. Christina Easton says:

    Thank you for this important advise.
    Greatly appreciated
    Christina
    South Africa

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  3. Juanita says:

    Thanks I hope I remember this should it ever needs to be done

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  4. Denali's Mom says:

    Thank you, will print this out and keep it handy. Hope i never need it but with 5 dogs and fostering additional it’s nice to have all the info you can.

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  5. Allan Byrnes says:

    Very good info!! I had a vet tell me this procedure works well I had a little Yorkie that I had to do it on her! And she still With us today!!

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  6. Janet says:

    Do you have any instructions on how to perform the Heimlich maneuver in case the dog chokes on something ?

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  7. Karen says:

    Thanks for the refresher….same rate as a child cpr.

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  8. Linda says:

    I have always wondered about doggy CPR. I have a 99 pound pit and he is my best friend. Now I know how to do CPR if he ever needs it. Thank you

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  9. Beth Messal says:

    Actually I’m very appreciative for this article. As a nurse, we’re taught CPR but it’s certainly different on our pets. Thank you for this.

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  10. ruben says:

    thanks. I have 5 dogs, many of which are getting on in years. The likelihood of needing this skill increases with each passing year. Thank you.

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  11. Mari Ann Spoelstra says:

    Thank u. I would want to do everything I can if my Braidie needed this
    Procedure. Very helpful.

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  12. Kathleen Bryant-Rock says:

    Great info. I have 4 Shih Tzu’s and this information could be critical. Thank you

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  13. I thank you so very much for this information.
    I am an 88 year old senior and on a very low income. So I don’t have very much money to go to the vets or emergency hospitals for my baby.
    He is a 4 year old Chihuahua,named Chulo. And he is my loving ,faithful companion.
    He is trained to use his pee-pads. But for some reason he will go else where. But not
    all the time. Some times when I fail the remove his used pad immediately.
    I would appreciate it if you could tell me what I need to do to break him from going else where. Thank You Very Much.

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  14. Leslie says:

    Free…This advise is PRICELESS If you love your Dogs as much as I do! I’ve thought that I can’t afford dog saving class and was worried to Death (no pun intended). I can hardly afford food for me (but my dogs eat before I do ) so this info is PRICELESS ! I would save My DOGS b4 myself….Thank you Greatly,Sincerely Odie & Bella xxoo

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  15. Shirley Jaeger says:

    Gosh! I never thought of ever having to do this to a pet, but it’s so good to know about it if you should ever have to do this.

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  16. Barbara says:

    Thank you for putting up this information. Of course I hope to never need it but I am printing it just in case. If you can answer the question about what you can do if your dog is choking I’d appreciate it. Thanks

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  17. My dog is 8 years old ,a ShihTzu /Scottish Terrier cross . He looks like an an over sized Shih Tzu ; Jock is built like a Scottie. He weighs 20lb rather than 8-10 .I would give him CPR in a moment if he needed it . Thanks for making this available . Anyone who’s seen this will surely appreciate seeing this .Knowing just what is necessary to do whenever an emergency occurs will help anyone whose memory kicks in , to perform this ,hopefully successfully ! It’s really not too difficult ; and quite possibly having people watching and learning the technique will , in its simple technique ,help save the lives of many dogs ! Keep up the good work !

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  18. Stora says:

    My wife, who is a flight attendant trained in CPR, did this to her Doberman who had cardiomyopathy and extended his life.

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  19. marion says:

    thanks great info

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  20. jessica says:

    great to know……thanks

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  21. Ava says:

    I was not aware of this CPR procedure but when my little 5lb pom-poo was choking on a piece of apple, I just upended her, face down and gave her a smack on the back and out the piece popped. I was fortunate this worked. Thanks for the update. Blessings…

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  22. Thanks for this unique information, Abiodun, Abuja Nigeria.

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  23. Debbie says:

    Thanks for the info, good to know.

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  24. Dottie Myers says:

    Great info! When I was gone my Miniature Schnauzer of 13 years fell into my small 3-ft deep pond in the back yard and couldn’t get out. My other 1 1/2 yr old Shih Tzu barked so loud that my next door neighbor came out and saw my Max in the pond. He came running, pulled Max out of the water who was floating by that time and NOT breathing. Without ever seeing any CPR instructions he did almost exactly what you recommended above and within a few minutes Max coughed up a bunch of water and is still with me today, 6 months later. I will forever be indebted to my neighbor who had such quick thinking!!!

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  25. Gaye says:

    Great information with clear details on how to perform CPR on dogs.
    Thank You.

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  26. Korine says:

    Thanks so very much for publishing this CPR info. It’s been on my list to learn, just in case, but I never seem to get to it. We’ve been blessed that we’ve never had to use it but now are better prepared.

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  27. Steve says:

    This type of article is really important. I was unlucky and lost a dog but with this info I could have done something to save her.

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