This Could Save Your Dog’s Life

Accidents happen, and when they do it’s best if we’re prepared and ready for them.

This article provides helpful tips as well as illustrations to guide you through the process, but here’s the basic knowledge in performing mouth-to-snout resuscitation.

The primary new recommendations are:

  • Perform 100-120 chest compressions per minute
  • Perform a compression to mouth-to-snout ventilation ratio of 30 compressions followed by 2 breaths
  • Perform cardiac massage / chest compressions according to the different chest types and sizes of dogs.
  • The key to CPR is remembering the ABCs:
    Breathing, and
    Cardiac compression.

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