Dog Gas Intoxication Gasing

Carbon monoxide is the main cause of most dog accidents, and all of them due to the carelessness of their owners. You must never in leave a dog locked up in places where you have worked with products that give off gases or where there are machines that run on internal combustion (stoves, heaters, central heating systems, etc.) or in closed garages with parked cars. The toxic effects are very quick and your dog's life depends on how soon you react. Remove the animal from the toxic atmosphere and place them in a very well ventilated area. It's not convenient though to take animal to an open and cold space (during winter) as the cold air can cause collapse. If the dog is not breathing, you must practice artificial respiration (make sure that there is no way that the toxic can pass on to you). Once recuperated, keep the animal lying down, warm -- but not too much -- and calm. Rest is important. Get the help of a vet as soon as possible.

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