CPR For Dogs: Saving Your Dog’s Life

What would you do if your dog’s breathing stopped?

There is a chance that you can save the life of your dog if you know how to perform CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) and the Heimlich maneuver for dogs.

If you discover your dog is choking or having trouble breathing, you might not have enough time to get him to a veterinarian before he suffocates.

Even while a real CPR (Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation) class taught by the American Red Cross or another reputable and experienced organization is preferable, having a guide on how to administer emergency CPR on your dog could be very helpful. 

And might even save the life of your dog!

This AMAZING video shows a real-life instance of a guy successfully performing CPR on a dog whose breathing had stopped.

Check out this infographic from the American Red Cross that demonstrates how to perform CPR on dogs.

The infographics guide below can be saved anywhere on your phone or printed out so you can find it quickly in an emergency.

Here are useful videos that demonstrate how to give CPR to a dog. It’s always beneficial to have different viewpoints.

Elaine Acker, a former Pets America CEO, teaches how to do CPR on dogs in the first video. 

Watch the video below:

Expert in dog safety Melanie Monteiro demonstrates canine CPR in the second video.

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Please pass along this helpful information to your animal-loving loved ones and friends. You never know when you might save a life!

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