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If you love your dogs, you should know how to perform CPR on them when needed. Not only will it save their lives, it will also strengthen the bond between you and your canine pet. Performing CPR on dogs is dependent on the pet’s size. For dogs under 10 kg or 22 lbs., a one-handed technique is used. While for medium to large dogs, a two-handed technique is used.  

Make sure that your dog is unconscious and that you don’t feel a heartbeat. 

Check out our infographic on how to perform CPR on your pet. 

dog CPR

For further information on how to perform CPR, you might want to visit the following sites:  

http://pittieslovepeace.com/your-dogs-health/dog-cpr-steps/
https://www.vet.cornell.edu/sites/default/files/BakerInstitute-CRPInfrographic-01102018_2.pdf
https://dogtime.com/dog-health/general/728-cardiopulmonary-resuscitation-vin
http://www.aed.com/blog/cprforpets/

Of course, prevention is always better when it comes being healthy. Give your canine pals Addiction Pet Foods. Addiction Pet Foods sources and manufactures its pet food in one of the cleanest places on earth—New Zealand. So you are guaranteed of premium ingredients, from meat proteins to fruits and herbs used in its dog food products. Plus, it has taurine for your dogs’ heart health. 

Buy Addiction Pet Foods in a store near you.  

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