How To Rescue A Dog In 6 Steps That Could Potentially Save Its Life

5If you don’t feel the dogs chest inflating blow harder

Blow harder if you don’t feel your dog’s chest getting bigger and rising. Also, check the dog’s mouth to see if it is fully closed. In between these “breaths” keep removing your mouth from the dog’s nose and also your hand from the muzzle to let air flow return.

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Step 5: Start the abdominal squeeze

The abdominal squeeze procedure can even be beneficial for bigger dog breeds. Place your palms one on top the other on your dog’s abdominal area and begin pushing down and your dog’s belly. This gets the blood flowing to the heart. Repeat this procedure for 15 compressions along with one artificial respiration, and one abdominal squeeze.

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Step 6: Repeat from the first step

Until your dogs doesn’t regain a steady pulse and starts breathing again, keep repeating the steps of this procedure. But, do not do it for more than 20 minutes.

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Though, it’s still crucial to visit a vet immediately after performing this process to get your dog thoroughly checked out. Do not administer any medication to your dog till you consult a vet because a dog’s dosage is very different from humans and if given a human dosage may result in a reaction.

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