CPR for Dogs: Do You Know What To Do If Your Dog Stops Breathing?

Do you know what to do if your dog stops breathing?

Knowing a few emergency procedures, such as CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) and the Heimlich maneuver for dogs, could be critical in saving your dog's life because if you find your dog is choking, or having difficulty breathing, you may not have time to get to a vet and your dog could suffocate.

You can't beat attending a real CPR (Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation) class held and taught by a reputable and qualified organization such as the American Red Cross, but an emergency guide on how to perform an emergency CPR on your dog could go a long way.. and could even save your pooch's life!

Watch this AMAZING real life scenario caught on video where a man performs CPR to a dog who stopped breathing and successfully save the dog's life on the next page:

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448 thoughts on “CPR for Dogs: Do You Know What To Do If Your Dog Stops Breathing?

  1. My female GSD was chocking twice. Second time she was in full panic clawing at her snout with both paws. I had to heimlich her both times. Lifting a 120 pound dog was a breeze when your ma ma instincts in.

  2. Just a tip, as someone who has done cpr (for humans) course annually for the past decade. Rescue breaths are not mandatory, so if you’re worried about giving them, don’t. Clear the airways manually and give compressions to raise blood pressure and keep oxygen flowing to the brain. It’s like a water pump though, if your compressions aren’t frequent enough or hard enough, the blood pressure won’t rise enough to keep your pet alive.

  3. It’s an amazing video. I couldn’t stop crying when watching the video. Knowing how to do dog CPR will help save my dog Buttercup’s life. Everyone has a dog must watch this video. Thanks for sharing!

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