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ABC of Pet CPR and First Aid A-Airway:  After determining that the animal is non-responsive, obtain an open airway. You should not continue until this step has been achieved. 1. Carefully pull the tongue straight out of the animal’s mouth to open the airway. 2.  Make sure that the nexk is reasonably straight; try to bring the head in-line with the nexk. 3.  Attempt 2 rescue breaths by closing the mouth and performing mouth-to-mouth ventilation.  If your breaths flow into the animal freely, continue to next step.  B-Breathing:   After achieving an airway, determing whether the animal is breathing, and whether this breathing is difficult.  1.  Carefully pull the tongue straight out of the animal’s mouth to open the airway. 2.  Make sure that the neck is reasonably straight: try to bring the head in line with the neck. 3.  Breathe at 12-breaths per minute (1every 5 seconds).  With each breath just make the chest rise        (Do not over inflate , especially on a small animal) 4 Proceed to C-Circulation.   While continuing breathing support as necessary. C-Circulation: This is the final step of CPR and should be stareted after A-Airway and B-Breathing steps have been completed. 1.  Make sure that there are no major points of bleeding (pooling, spurting blood).  Control as necessary by applying pressure with your hand. 2.  Check for a pluse in the groin. 3.  Place the animal on its right side. 4. Locate your hands where its left elbow touches the flat chest, approximately the middle of the rib- cage (for cats use 1 hand in a squeezing motion) 5.  Compress the chest 15-times followed by 2 rescue breaths (3-Compressions every 2-seconds)  Compress:½” for small dogs & cats, 1” for medium dogs & ½” for large dogs.
Beg’N Bark Brenda Janner 114 Bergen Ave. Princeton, New Jersey 08540 609.285.3562 email: Brenda@begnbark.com Licensed, Bonded & Insured Certified in Pet CPR & Pet First Aid Over 10 Years experience Veterinarian Recommended Supports Princeton SAVE, A Friend to Homeless Animals Member of Professional Pet Sitters International Beg ‘n Bark offers dog walking and pet sitting services in:  Princeton, Montgomery, Lawrenceville, Rocky Hill, Kingston, Skillman, Princeton Township, Princeton Junction,  Princeton Junction, Lambertville, Hopewell Township, Hopewell Boro and Ewing Copyright © 2015 Beg’n Bark, Inc / Brenda@begnbark.com.
Beg ‘Bark Brenda Janner 114 Bergen Ave. Princeton, New Jersey 08540 609.285.3562 email: Brenda@begnbark.com Licensed, Bonded & Insured Certified in Pet CPR & Pet First Aid Over 10 Years experience Veterinarian Recommended Supports Princeton SAVE, A Friend to Homeless Animals Member of Professional Pet Sitters International Beg ‘n Bark offers dog walking and pet sitting services in:  Princeton, Montgomery, Lawrenceville, Rocky Hill, Griggstown, Kingston, Skillman, Princeton Township, Princeton Junction,  Lambertville, Hopewell Township, Hopewell Boro and Ewing Copyright © 2015 Beg’n Bark, Inc /  Brenda@begnbark.com.
"We treat you like family"
Beg 'n Bark pet sitting
 
ABC of Pet CPR and First Aid A-Airway:  After determining that the animal is non-responsive, obtain an open airway. You should not continue until this step has been achieved. 1. Carefully pull the tongue straight out of the animal’s mouth to open the airway. 2.  Make sure that the nexk is reasonably straight; try to bring the head in-line with the nexk. 3.  Attempt 2 rescue breaths by closing the mouth and performing mouth-to-mouth ventilation.  If your breaths flow into the animal freely, continue to next step.  B-Breathing:   After achieving an airway, determing whether the animal is breathing, and whether this breathing is difficult.  1.  Carefully pull the tongue straight out of the animal’s mouth to open the airway. 2.  Make sure that the neck is reasonably straight: try to bring the head in line with the neck. 3.  Breathe at 12-breaths per minute (1every 5 seconds).  With each breath just make the chest rise        (Do not over inflate , especially on a small animal) 4 Proceed to C-Circulation.   While continuing breathing support as necessary. C-Circulation: This is the final step of CPR and should be stareted after A-Airway and B-Breathing steps have been completed. 1.  Make sure that there are no major points of bleeding (pooling, spurting blood).  Control as necessary by applying pressure with your hand. 2.  Check for a pluse in the groin. 3.  Place the animal on its right side. 4. Locate your hands where its left elbow touches the flat chest, approximately the middle of the rib-cage (for cats use 1 hand in a squeezing motion) 5.  Compress the chest 15-times followed by 2 rescue breaths (3- Compressions every 2-seconds)  Compress:½” for small dogs & cats, 1” for medium dogs & ½” for large dogs.