Would you know what to do if your dog stopped breathing?
Here is some important information from the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA). Read their guidelines and watch this excellent video to help you learn. Also, it’s a good idea keep your regular and emergency vet number handy at all times, just in case!
Below is an article I found on the topic which you might also enjoy.
Do you know what to do if your pet stops breathing? By Kristina Lotz
“It’s something we never think about – until it happens. Suddenly your dog is not breathing. Do you have any idea what to do? If you are certified for CPR for humans you may think, can I do the same thing to me dog safely? Who do I call?” Read more…
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