Wordless Wednesday: Dog Gets CPR Caught on Video

by Mary Haight on March 9, 2011

Trainer Ron Pace of Canyon Crest Dog Training Center in Tacoma, WA, administers life-saving CPR to a dog who had a seizure. For a very dramatic two minutes, the dog was not breathing…from KCPQ-TV in Seattle. Very good skill to have on hand!

 

(Hat tip to the ever-interesting, nose to the ground Life with Dogs)

one more thing…

Don’t forget about tonight:) We’ve got a great guest at the Animal Cafe chat room tonight, 9pm EST, Marjie Alonso, certified behaviorist & CPDT dog trainer who also happens to be President of the International Association of Animal Behaviorist Consultants – listen to the podcast to hear all the great news and talk to Marjie tonight.

5 comments
Ellen Green
Ellen Green

This trainer deserves a medal. To me dogs are more important than people due to their unconditional love. Well done

adam
adam

i actually wasn't aware there was dog-specific CPR, though it now seems obvious. really dramatic!

Peggy Frezon
Peggy Frezon

Wow! I should definitely learn this. What a dramatic testament to the importance of knowing canine CPR.

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