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How to do canine CPR

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by GlocknSpiehl, Jun 13, 2012.

  1. GlocknSpiehl

    GlocknSpiehl NRA Life Member Silver Member

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    This is actually not humor, but serious. FOr those of us whol love our doggies...

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    faawrenchbndr DirtyThirty fan CLM

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    Cool.......did not know it existed!
     

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    Arquebus12 Non-broccophobe CLM

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    Thanks for putting that up. :beer:
     
  4. JAS104

    JAS104 NRA Life Member

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    I had no idea, I figured just pick her up as bounce up and down with her until she throws up. Thanks for posting mate


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  5. DGreno

    DGreno FF/Paramedic Silver Member

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    Awesome! Thanks for posting that.
     
  6. HollowHead

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    Very cool, thank you. As a sidenote, one of the best things a pet owner can know is their species /breed baseline vitals. Does everyone know their breed's normal pulse, respiration, temperature, gum perfusion and pupil reaction, etc.? This is good stuff to know and your signs readings should be at hand if you have to call the vet at 2am. HH
     
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    larry_minn Silver Member Millennium Member

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    I did it on a much larger animal. It was a COW in the 1200 lb range. Knee drops to ribs/yelling "BREATH" and she finally did... Many yrs ago.
     
  8. slathrum

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    This is a nice thought and interesting, but the only scenario in which this is going to help is if the dog choked and has an airway obstruction that can be cleared with compressions AND still has a pulse. Main reason being that unless you have access to means of defibrillation, the heart isn't just going to start beating again. Forget the rescue breaths, because they're not going to do a thing. Sounds cynical, but that's just the way it is.