CPR For Dogs Under 30 Pounds
- Kneel facing the dog's chestPlace one hand on top of the dog's ribs behind the elbow
- Place the other hand underneath the ribs, behind theelbow
- Press the two hands together, compressing the chest one-half to one inch
- Combine with rescue breathing, 5 compressions for each breath, and try to keep going at as fast a pace as you can tolerateCPR
For Dogs 30 to 90 Pounds
- Kneel facing the dog's back
- Extend your arms straight with one hand resting on top of the other and lock your elbows straight
- Place your joined hands, palms down, where the dog'sleft elbow would touch his ribs if he were standing
- Compress the chest about 1 - 3 inches in, depending onthe dog's size
- Combine the compressions with rescue breathing, 5 compressions for each breath, then recheck the pulse to see if it has returned
CPR For Dogs Over 90 Pounds
- Follow the same rules for dogs 30 - 90 lbs., with oneexception: Do 10 compressions for each breath, then recheck the pulse
See the steps above?
Mummy read it online and felt that it was a very important knowledge than you can teach your hoooman's just incase your really need a CPR session - which would be good for us when we come face to face with unwanted situations.
Hope this helps!