Learn the basics of pet CPR to be prepared for emergencies. Seek professional help and training for hands-on experience.
*Important note: Seek immediate professional veterinarian service before attempting CPR on your pet. Pet CPR requires training. Prioritize your pet's well-being: seek professional help and learn proper CPR.
Assess the Situation
Check if your pet is responsive, breathing, and has a pulse. Tap and shout gently to stimulate response.
Call For Help
Immediately call your vet or emergency pet services for guidance and assistance during this critical time.
Rescue Breaths Instructions
Close your pet's mouth and breathe into their nose. Aim for a visible rise in their chest. Give two breaths every 30 chest compressions.
If possible, carefully transport your pet to the nearest veterinary facility while continuing CPR. If able, perform CPR in transit.
Seek Veterinary Care
Once at the vet, let the professionals take over. They'll provide the best care and assessment for your pet's condition.