I recently stumbled across a discussion of the “dog Heimlich maneuver,” and I realized that I didn’t know exactly how to do it. A little research turned up an excellent video from Dr. Andrew Jones, and a post of dogheirs.com. Since dogs love to chew and swallow things, you can understand how something could get lodged in the throat. Knowing what to do in these situations could mean the difference between just a traumatic experience and a real tragedy.
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She needs to pay for this. No animal deserves this, unacceptable.
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I found this to be a very rewarding video.
You and your dog are a wonderful team I’m amazed that he can allow you to do all of these things to show us how to save a life.
I truly hope that I never have to do it but at least now I have somewhat of an idea of how to do it.