How to Perform CPR on your Pet

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, also known as CPR, is a life-saving procedure used to help not only humans, but pets too, that have stopped breathing and/or have no heartbeat. 

When a pet stops breathing, the oxygen levels in their bloodstream fall rapidly, and without oxygen vital organs such as the brain, liver, and kidneys will fail.

Permanent damage can occur in little as 3-4 minutes of respiratory failure, so it is SO important that you know what to do, and to act on it fast.

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We understand that seeing your pet not breathing and unresponsive can be a very frightening experience, and something you hope to never have to see.

But as a good pet parent, take a moment to equip yourself with the knowledge to effectively recognise and take action in a life threatening situation.

Or click here to get our FREE step by step guide on How to Perform CPR on Pets. 

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