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Pet First Aid | How To Perform CPR On Your Pets | www.ThriftyPetSupply.com

ThriftyPetSupply knows that responding quickly in an emergency and administer CPR may save a pets life. Pet CPR is something that most pet owners don't think about and that's why ThriftyPetSupply wanted to share this info on performing CPR on pets.

 
 
Save a Pets Life Using CPR ~ ThriftyPetSupply.com
Save a Pets Life Using CPR ~ ThriftyPetSupply.com
PRLog - Mar. 6, 2011 - SALEM, Ore. -- ThriftyPetSupply wanted to share this info on performing CPR on your beloved pets. CPR for pets is probably something many of us never even think about. Is it like performing CPR on a human? How does it even work? Do you blow in the mouth or the nose? These and other questions were all on ThriftyPetSupply’s list of questions when looking into this topic. While at first when we saw this video ThriftyPetSupply thought this is a great service and great information that PetsAmerica.org is providing. However, after letting this resonate we believe this is not only great information, but extremely important that all pet owners should be aware of. Being able to perform CPR on your pet could save the life of your wonderful loving pet or even someone else’s wonderful loving pet. Our pets would die for us,we really should be equipped to save theirs.

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Checking a Pets Vital Statistics, Pulse and Heart Rate Should be:

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).

The video illustrates this rather well too.

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0AFrUiRIeVo]




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Temperature Measurement:

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

ThriftyPetSupply has found that with pets increasingly being treated like a member of the family, many owners are learning emergency techniques like CPR to keep a pet alive before bringing it to a veterinarian. ThriftyPetSupply hopes that you have found this to be useful and educational. This just may save your pets life or the life of someone else’s pet in the future.

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