SAR Dog artificial respiration

Pull out the SAR dog's tongue and place it on one side of his mouth. Make sure to take out any foreign object that is obstructing the airway. If the dog has fallen into water, place him head down to get the water out of his lungs. Lay the SAR dog on his right side and place his head and neck on the floor as if the dog were looking forward in order to facilitate the maximum amount of air going in. Place your hands around the dog's nose as if making a funnel with them. Put your lips on the "funnel" and blow without stopping for three seconds, this way your breath will go into the nose of the dog in order to fill his lungs with air. Rest for about two seconds and repeat again. Continue until the dog is able to breath on his own again.

SAR Dog CPR: If a SAR dog's heat stops beating, give the SAR dog cardiac massages immediately by: Playing the inferior part of your palm over the left side of the dog's chest, right behind the dog's elbow. Place your other hand on top of the other and push with force, downwards and upwards, pushing toward the dogs head. Push on the dog three times very quickly and firmly and then do CPR on the dog. You should alternate this in the following way: pump, pump, pump, breath etc. Each pump should be about a second each. Repeat this whole sequence fifteen to twenty times per minute until you are able to hear the dog's heart beat. When you are able to feel the dogs heart beat, stop pumping and continue giving CPR to the dog while you are rushing to the veterinary clinic.

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