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Updated on July 26, 2018

The importance of learning and knowing CPR for dogs!

In 2007, I read about how my blogging friend, Tish, saved her dog Cruella from choking, and then performed CPR on her dog to save her life. It was a very scary situation and we thank dog she knew what to do!

Tish and Cruella brought to my attention just how important it is to know information on how to perform CPR on your dog! You just never know what can happen.

Here we bring you information on how to learn CPR for your dog and when to use it. As my Mum always says, BE PREPARED!

How to perform CPR on your dog!

Checking the vitals!

Vital Statistics

Pulse and Heart Rate

Normal resting rates:
Cats: 150-200 bpm

Small dogs: 90-120 bpm

Medium dogs: 70-110 bpm

Large dogs: 60-90 bpm

Pulse should be strong, regular and easy to locate.

Checking the pulse

The easiest place to locate a pulse is the femoral artery in the groin area. Place your fingers on the inside of the hind leg and slide your hand upward until the back of your fingers touches the abdomen. Gently move your fingers back and forth on the inside of the hind leg until you feel the pulsing blood. Count the number of pulses in 15 seconds and multiply that number by 4. This will give you the beats per minute (bpm).

Temperature

Normal temp. for dogs and cats: 100-102.5 degrees

Info provided courtesy: The American Red Cross. Be sure and get their book - Dog First Aid.

Firefighters save dog with CPR!

QuakeKare Deluxe Pet First Aid Kit

Accidents can happen so be prepared. The Deluxe Pet First Aid Kit contains a pet first aid instruction guide, scissors, tweezers, gloves, oral syringe, first aid tape roll, cotton tipped applicators, gauze, eye wash, hydrogen peroxide, antiseptic cleansing wipes, antibiotic ointment packs and burn and insect relief packs. We have emergency pet first aid from nose to tail. Detailed Description REFERENCES (1) Pet First Aid Instruction Guide Instruments: (1) Durable zippered bag with organized compartments, (1) Scissors, (1) Tweezers, (2) Exam quality vinyl gloves, (1) oral syringe, (1) 1" x 5 yd. first aid tape roll,(12) 3" Cotton tipped applicators DRESSINGS: (10) 9" x 2" Gauze dressing pads, (4) 3" x 3" Gauze dressing pads, (1) 5" x 9" Trauma pad, (1) 2"x 5 yd. Wrap bandage, (2) 2" x 4.5 yd Conforming gauze roll bandage, (1) Eye Pad, (1) Triangular Bandage TOPICALS: (1) Eye wash, (1) Hydrogen peroxide MEDICINES & ANTISEPTICS: (12) Antiseptic cleansing wipes, (6) Antibiotic ointment packs - Burn and Insect Relief

Big kudos to Firefighter Odom in Northwest Louisiana for saving a pups life with Canine CPR in March of 2008! We applaud you, Firefighter Odom.

"The fact that firefighters can be lifesavers isn't anything new, but the back-to-life efforts of one Louisiana smoke-eater went above and beyond the call of duty. It happened in the town of West Monroe on Friday when Stephen Odom was called to a blaze at a home on a local street.

The fearful owner told him her two dogs were trapped inside the burning wreckage and pleaded with the crews to try to save them. Odom put on his oxygen mask, took a spare with him, and ventured into the smoky darkness, heading for the room where the animals were kept.

He found them under some blankets in their carriers, trapped in the house, and brought them outside. But it looked like it might have been too late for one of the terriers. The little dog wasn't breathing when he pulled it out of the cage and so Odom decided to do for the animal what he'd do for a human - administer CPR."

Credit

The American Red Cross Pet First Aid Classes!

The best way to learn CPR is through an American Red Cross pet first aid class. They have classes all over the country!

Click here and search for your local chapter to find one near you!

You can also find pet first aid classes through PetTech.net, or take an online pet first aid course through e-TrainingForDogs.com.

More lifesaving tips!

Learn some quick Heimlich tips for your dog.

Keep this chart handy! - Be sure and keep this chart handy - add it to all your first aid kits, and put one in your car.

Chart courtesy of Southwind Animal Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee. Source: American Red Cross.

Whew! Watch as dog trainer Ron Pace saves this dog with CPR after suffering a seizure.

On March 4th, 2010, I was saddened to learn that Cruella, the inspiration for this lens, made her trip to the rainbow bridge from complications associated with Cushing's Disease.

We dedicate this lens to Cruella and her Mum, Tish, and thank them for allowing us to share their story and bring to light the importance of knowing CPR for your dog. Cruella will live on in the lives of all the dogs saved by the knowledge and awareness this lens shares.

© 2007 Johann The Dog

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      Johann The Dog 

      4 years ago from Northeast Georgia

      @flycatcherrr: I hope you never have to use CPR either!!! But glad you will be prepared just in case!

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      flycatcherrr 

      4 years ago

      I hope I never need to use CPR on any dog, of course, but sure appreciate the information - especially with a major epileptic in my pack now. Poster has been printed out and put up on my fridge! Thanks, Johann.

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      HelloKittyCat 

      5 years ago

      Your page here is fantastic, so much helpful information.

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      joseph-sottile-16 

      5 years ago

      My daughter has three dogs. I shared this with her. Thank you for sharing1

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      5 years ago

      What a fantastic idea for a lends. Very good.

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      Dancing Cowgirl Design 

      5 years ago from Texas

      This is very useful for me since I live several miles from the nearest vet. I have been involved in trying to revive a calf before using many of the meathods here. Thank You and Best Wishes.

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      jimporsche86 

      5 years ago

      Nice lens, better to know something and never need it then need it and not know what to do.

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      beaworkathomemom 

      5 years ago

      This is very informative. Knowing dog CPR may just be able to save your pet's life.

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      eccles1 

      6 years ago

      What a great lens for our beautiful dogs! Glad I found this lens

      Thank you

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      chealthcare 

      6 years ago

      Wow! This is something very useful, Thanks for sharing this great information!

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      EmergencyPrepar 

      6 years ago

      I'm glad I found this lens. I always worry what to do if something happens to our chihuahua. I love him like a baby :)

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      Fay Favored 

      6 years ago from USA

      This was something we learned when we first got our pets, but I didn't know how to do CPR on cats. Helpful videos also. Adding this to my pup lens so others can come see this. Blessed.

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      Miha Gasper 

      6 years ago from Ljubljana, Slovenia, EU

      Very useful lens for all dog's lovers. We should prepare as we will need it today and hope we will never need it!

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      tombonner 

      6 years ago

      Information I hope I will never need! I will return to the lens to refresh my memory. Thanks for gathering this information.

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      Teri Villars 

      6 years ago from Phoenix, Arizona

      I missed the section on rescue breathing! ha! This would've worked for me with my dog the other day, but the chicken bone flew out on it's own. Squid Angel blessed, Happy Leap Day!

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      rogerrph 

      6 years ago

      great information, I like the poster from the red cross.

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      AlphaChic 

      6 years ago

      This is an awesome lens. I've always wondered how to do CPR/Heimlich/First aid for my dogs, and now I could potentially save my dog's life. Thanks for the great lens.

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      jimmyworldstar 

      6 years ago

      I wasn't aware you could even give CPR to dogs, thanks for the tips. Never know when it'll come in handy.

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      Edutopia 

      6 years ago

      Great lens on a skill that you wouldn't normally think you'd need but can come in handy and be literally life saving!

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      TheHealthCabin 

      6 years ago

      Woof! Great Lens, informative and important. Thank you.

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      DogWatchColumbus 

      6 years ago

      Fabulous lens! What a great way to teach people about a very important topic!

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      Find-Online 

      6 years ago

      I learned a lot from this lens.

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      Pastor Cher 

      6 years ago from United States

      Good to see this. Things have changed in the way they do some of the things, so I'm glad I saw this. Do they have one for cats? The man didn't show it very well on the cat video.

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      ChrissLJ 

      6 years ago

      Thankfully this was something they covered in Puppy Kindergarten, though I learned it a little differently. I haven't had to use it yet **knocks on wood**, but I have had to dig something out of my dog's throat when she started choking and was unable to dislodge it herself. Luckily we had both trained for emergency situations and she wasn't frightened more of my fingers going into her throat.

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      JoshK47 

      6 years ago

      I'm glad to know about this - definitely bookmarking it for further studying in case anything like this happens to a canine friend of mine. Thank you for sharing.

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      Hope 

      7 years ago from Skokie, Illinois

      Hi, Johann! I just wanted to Thank You - for being an inspirational, informed, incredibly talented Squidooer and good friend. You've been a tremendous help when we were getting started on Squidoo and you're always there when I need a resource, an idea, an inspiration, or a boost to get me going. Thank you!

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      kyhillbullies 

      7 years ago

      Great lens! Loved it!

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      renstar lm 

      7 years ago

      wow I will learn that now! But I hope I never need to use it Nice Lens

      I have a Rottweiler crossed with Staffordshire bull terrier called Kingston

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      KANEsUgAr 

      7 years ago

      wow awesome lens, i had no idea you could perform cpr on an animal. great stuff, great information.

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      profilesincolor 

      7 years ago

      Wonderful resource! Thanks so much! :-)

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      bames24 lm 

      7 years ago

      very informative lens... thank you for sharing such vital information.. :)

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      pufek77 lm 

      7 years ago

      Wow. Tnx For That Lens.

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      JanezKranjski 

      7 years ago

      I didn't even know you can give cpr to a dog.

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      Renaissance Woman 

      7 years ago from Colorado

      A really important lens. Thank you!

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      elyria 

      7 years ago

      Great Lens and a very important topic! I am going to lensroll it to my lens.

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      xtra100 

      7 years ago

      Very informative lens. Thanks for sharing this info.

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      Philippians468 

      7 years ago

      i learnt loads from your lens! thank you! cheers

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      thescubadude 

      7 years ago

      This a really brilliantly written lens! Would you consider doing a guest post for our dog products website blog? I could pay you modest amount for an article.

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      MargoPArrowsmith 

      8 years ago

      Who knew you could do such a thing. I will lensroll to The Princess and the Pauper> when the system is working again!

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      jwilks70 

      8 years ago

      Awesome lens. This made me think of my brother. He went to college in Sacremento. He read the book Choke, and decided to take some CPR classes. Keeps telling me to read it, but I haven't yet. Anyway, he hasn't needed to use it yet but It is still something great to know. Hopefully he wont have to use it, but who knows.

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      rachsue lm 

      8 years ago

      Now, I must admit, I would have never even thought about it. Now, I can rest assured, my cats or dog will never have an owner that is not prepared for the worst. Thank you for sharing, I know this lens will help save many a pets lives!

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      TheGoodSource101 

      8 years ago

      Awesome Lens! I love my dogs(3) and would do my best to save their lives with all I have. All we have is knowledge so go get some!!!

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      anonymous 

      8 years ago

      great lens thumbs up more people need to know about canine cpr

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      River88 

      8 years ago

      Wonderful lens! Keep opening the eyes of the humans who never think about emergency practices for their pets!

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      8 years ago

      Another great pet lens by you. SquidAngel Blessings :)

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      Airinka 

      8 years ago

      5 stars!

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      JenOfChicago LM 

      8 years ago

      I think it's a great thing for all pet owners to learn this.

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      harringtonway lm 

      9 years ago

      WOW you continue to give us all a great education for the care and well being of our pets. You are truly an inspiration and we thank you for that. I have enjoyed all of your topics and have learned from every one of them. Keep up the good work!

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      Pawsible 

      9 years ago

      Excellent lens-I am going to put a link to it on my lens and , on my blog. I am a mobile groomer and I was not positive how to do this the correct way.

      Thanks!!!!

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      BigTugger 

      9 years ago

      Great lens EVERYBODY should know how to help their dog if need be. I appreciate the info &

      the links. I don't know what I'd do without my Rottweiler Buffy. Thanks & keep up the good work. P.S. If you get time I'd like some feedback on my first lens The Dog Spot.

      And THANKS again.

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      KimGiancaterino 

      9 years ago

      This lens is featured on A Day of 100 Squid Angel Blessings.

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      anonymous 

      9 years ago

      Excellent Lens. 5*

      If you get a chance check out my Instant Stress Management lens.

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      wyrm11268 

      9 years ago

      A big thank you to you for this information. I would not have know how to do CPR on my dog before I read your lens - every dog owner should know this.

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      animabase 

      9 years ago

      Wow, your lens is very great~

      ***** 5strars

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      AshleyBretting-MS 

      9 years ago

      Wonderful work and information :) big 5* for you!

      Stop by again sometime soon and visit my dog lens ( Houndsville for people and dogs) cute dog stories, pics and say "hello". Ahem, pardon the faux paw, meant "woof woof" LOL

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      guapo 

      9 years ago

      Thank you so much for sharing this information with us dog lovers. That was stuff I never knew how to do.

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      CollegeKid1 

      9 years ago

      Awesome, you put so much passion into your work. I can feel it as I read it. 5/5 from me

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      Tim_Link 

      9 years ago

      This is a wonderful lens! There is a lot of helpful information and resources here. When you have a chance, I'd love for you to visit my animal communication lens. Be sure to say hello when you stop by!

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      anonymous 

      9 years ago

      As adog lover and owner I have never thought about canine CPR before. Thank you for sharing and blessings to you!

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      silkflorals 

      9 years ago

      I have featured your lens on my site. I think it is important for every dog owner to read it

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      silkflorals 

      9 years ago

      Fantastic lens! Lots of great information that can actually help our beloved pets. I am favoriting it. If you get a chance, check out mine. It's still a work in progress, but I respect the opinions of those that have such fantastic lenses

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      I am going to add a link to your lens on my dogs page

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      anonymous 

      9 years ago

      Really nice resource lens and great videos you've included. Thanks for compiling the canine CPR information all in one place!

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      Kiwisoutback 

      9 years ago from Massachusetts

      Excellent work on this tutorial! Well done.

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      TheFishCatcher 

      9 years ago

      This is one awesome lens. I never knew this stuff. Thankfully never had to use this with my pups but glad I know now.

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      mae777 

      9 years ago

      This is a great lens. I would have never known how to perform CPR on Mae before reading this lens. Thank you for this life saving information for my little girl. You never know just when you may need to perform this on humans or on your beloved fury friend. At least now I know how to do it correctly. 5* from Mae to you for this life saving lens.

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      Cassiopeia LM 

      9 years ago

      Thanks so much for this lens. Our faithful pooch, Shadow, is 11 years old and beginning to have a few health issues. When my husband had two heart attacks I knew what to do. In fact the nurses say my quick thinking may have saved his life. But if something happens to my dog? That information isn't as readily available. I can't tell you how much better I feel knowing what I can do. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

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      SalonOfArt 

      9 years ago

      You are a hero to all the dog parents around! I thank you so much for sharing this life saving information.

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      anonymous 

      9 years ago

      My daughter has had to give CPR to kittens and puppies as they've been born not breathing. Its a good thing to know how to do. - I know how to do CPR for people.

      Nice and important lens! :) Woof!!!

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      Johann The Dog 

      9 years ago from Northeast Georgia

      [in reply to stoodhelpless] We are so sorry for your loss. Please know that we will be thinking about you sending our love and prayers.

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      anonymous 

      9 years ago

      My beautiful boy had a heart attack right in front of me yesterday. It happened so fast. I repeated "I don't know what to do," over and over. Had I not been so ignorant about canine CPR, I might have saved him. For all he had done to fill m y heart, I couldn't restart his.

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      anonymous 

      9 years ago

      Important information I've never heard before. Thanks!

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      KimGiancaterino 

      9 years ago

      Congratulations on your Giant Squid Awards nomination!

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      AndrewGreen LM 

      9 years ago

      Thanks Kathy, i wll definitely be saving this lens. I own a King Charles Spaniel, they are known for having bad Hearts.

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      beachbum_gabby 

      9 years ago

      It is very important to know the proper CPR for our dogs. woofs!

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      clouda9 lm 

      9 years ago

      Your share here is so important. Few people know how to do human CPR...so I suspect that it is even less that know about canine CPR. Thanks for this great information congrats on your 2008 Giant Squid nomination...woot! (http://www.squidoo.com/2008-giant-squid-awards)

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      AstridNicole 

      10 years ago

      Knowing all these things really build confidence that if any thing ever happened, we could do your our best for our dog. Another informative, helpful lens of yours. The video was close to having our own hands on experience. Is there a way to give more than 5 stars?

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      anonymous 

      10 years ago

      Woof Woof Congratulations on your 2008 Giant Squid Awards nomination and good luck! - Kathy aka "Pretty Bullet"

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      heehaw lm 

      10 years ago

      i didn't know that till now!

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      CoolFoto 

      10 years ago

      What important info. Will lensroll to my dog lenses shih tzu and shiba inu. Thanks.

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      txbountyhunter 

      10 years ago

      Great Lens !!!! I have two dogs and I really never thought about CPR on them. I do now.

      Thank You !!!

      SD

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      Spook LM 

      10 years ago

      My wife once inadvertently stepped on our small pup. Being a nurse she gave it CPR and then took it to the vet. It turned into a grand dog and I thought she was wasting her time, just goes to show, so a great informative lens.

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      swoodhunter 

      10 years ago

      Wow, I didn't know this was possible.

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      Jesi 

      10 years ago

      Superb lense about to dogs were given CPR. 5 starz

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      Achim Thiemermann 

      10 years ago from Austin, Texas

      A hearty SquidAngel Blessing for you, Johann!

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      anonymous 

      10 years ago

      Nice lens! My daughter has had preform CPR on newborn pups & kittens. It is something that pet owners can benefit from knowing.

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      Asher Socrates 

      10 years ago from Los Angeles, CA

      Fantastic Lens! Enjoy your work.

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      nancydodds1 

      10 years ago

      Its very interesting lens. Really you had good experience on pets. Iam sure that you will get good information from this Mortgage in UK check it out.

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      kathypi lm 

      10 years ago

      i'm keeping this lens handy, i have 2 new pups, its great to have this onhand, i did a lens roll too, to my petloss lens, thanks kathy

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      Nancy Tate Hellams 

      10 years ago from Pendleton, SC

      Thank you for this great information. The videos were very helpful in getting a better understanding of the technique.

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      Bronx LM 

      10 years ago

      Great lens and very important. Good video too!

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      Couch-Covers-Melanie 

      10 years ago

      Great lens! We own a dog so we really appreciate the information how do give dog a CPR in case the worst happens which we hope it never does!

      5 stars for you!

      Did you know couch covers can be real moneysavers?

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      Nancy-Swigart 

      10 years ago

      Hi, Very interesting lens!!! I have given you 5*s. If you have time please take a look at my lens Sponsor A Horse...

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      anonymous 

      10 years ago

      A thousand woofblessings on you lol no really this is a great lens many many thanks for the info. My biggest passion is about animals.

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      anonymous 

      10 years ago

      Great Lens, lensrolled to my human CPR lens LOL

    • JohannDog profile imageAUTHOR

      Johann The Dog 

      10 years ago from Northeast Georgia

      Yes, it is true that some dogs have allergies to wheat!

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      DAD1104 

      10 years ago

      I believe animals (dogs) can have need for a Gluten free diet? Is this true?

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      dok 

      10 years ago

      Great information...thank you! Always like to find new ways to care for our furry (canine) family members!

      IdeasforGoingGreen

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      youhavegottobekidding 

      10 years ago

      Wow this topic was very new to me. I am a rottweiler breeder for a while now but i have never heard of a story that a dog was given a CPR.

      Great Lens. 5 stars for you.

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