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Safe Dog Safety Tip: CPR

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Uploaded on May 11, 2009

Dog safety expert Melanie Monteiro demonstrates how to perform Pet CPR. The dog shown here is a canine CPR mannikin, not a real dog! ** Important update to this video: The new pet CPR guidelines call for skipping initial rescue breaths. Instead, start right away with 30 chest compressions followed by 2 quick mouth-to-snout rescue breaths, then continue 30 : 2 compression-to-breath cycles until a vet takes over. Compressions should be given at a rate of approx. 100 - 120 per minute (sing Bee Gee's "Staying Alive" in your head and give compressions to the beat). The techniques shown here for how to give compressions and rescue breaths remain accurate. I plan to update this video soon to reflect the new guidelines. For more info visit www.thesafedog.com - thanks and woof!

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