Knowing CPR could save your dogs life
In the event that a dog is not breathing, CPR, also known as cardiopulmonary resuscitation, and mouth-to-snout resuscitation, can be used to save the dog’s life and stabilize the dog until professional medical treatment can be obtained.
In order to correctly perform Canine CPR, and avoid potentially exacerbating an already dire situation. It is important to know the steps and perform them in their exact order.
This easy to follow chart gives you the ABC's of Canine CPR in an quick reference color chart designed to provide you the proper steps to take in the right order with easy to follow pictures.