Saving Your Pet With CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation)

A lot of may know what to do or should take the time to learn what to do when a human needs CPR (Cardiopulmonary resuscitation) but how about if one of beloved pets needs help? 

Here is a pictorial guide that may help – please take the time to learn this too, you never know when it might be needed!
Animal CPR

For information on human CPR please read the NHS Choices article First Aid – CPR.

Please visit our online pet accessories store Comets Corners for more details on how we – and you – can help! For every sale we make, at least 10% of our proceeds goes to our chosen animal welfare charity or organisation of the month!
And please, show your support for our cause by ‘Liking’ our new Facebook Page! 

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I am the owner of a new online pet accessories shop with a difference... For every sale we make we will donate a minimum of 10% of all our proceeds to our animal welfare 'Charity of the Month'. Our aim is to help raise awareness for animal welfare charities and organisations and to help with fundraising and events. Please check out http://www.cometscorners.co.uk/ today!
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8 Responses to Saving Your Pet With CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation)

  1. Very important information!! I took a cpr course for dogs a few years ago, a necessity for anyone who has or works with dogs.

  2. Reblogged this on Healthy, Happy Dogs! and commented:
    If you had to, would you be able to save your dog with CPR? I took a class a few years ago. Something everyone should be aware of!!

  3. Ruth Turner says:

    Reblogged this on Doggy Dayz.

  4. Huffygirl says:

    Thanks for the pingback.

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