Doggy CPR

dog1Thanks to the generous training of Broadview University and its donation of animal respirator kits, Provo Fire and Rescue is now trained and equipped to deal with family pets.

Just like humans need CPR and first aid treatments, dogs and cats need their own type of emergency medical attention. If the proper techniques are used, our pets can be revived even before being taken to the veterinarian.

PS Don’t tell my family but my 15 year old dog, Bandit, is on a do not resuscitate order.


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  1. Yes, dogs need CPR and first aid treatment just like humans. They need this chance to be revived just like humans do. However, i wonder if the training or the course for humans and dogs differ or are they actually just the same. It would be interesting to help save a dog’s life.

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