Free Printable Pet CPR and Emergency Dog & Pet Medical Posters: How to do cpr on a dog

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Here’s a huge collection of printable posters to keep up around your house, apartment, or office. These posters explain how to do cpr on a dog and other animals, plus more information about choking and the Heimlich maneuver for dogs. These can save your pet’s life.

How to do CPR on a dog:

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Another on how to do CPR on a dog:

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How to perform CPR on cats and dogs:

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How to help a choking dog:

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Print these free posts out and tape them to your wall. Remember, always keep the closest emergency animal clinic’s phone number clearly written and displayed in your house. It can mean the difference in saving your pet’s life. Also keep the number to your emergency animal clinic and your regular veterinarian saved in your cell phone. When your dog is fatally wounded, sick, choking, or not breathing, you will not have time to Google the number to your veterinarian. You will have to act quickly.

To avoid choking and other potentially fatal mishaps, always provide toys that are the correct size for your pet. Do not provide bones, dental treats, or other chewable toys to your dog when you are not around the monitor them as they consume the treat. Always pick up small debris, detritus, and other items laying around your house to prevent your dogs from choking on these items. Learn emergency canine CPR and refresh your knowledge on the process frequently.

See the Resources page for emergency numbers and more emergency information for your French Bulldog.

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