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  • Mary Walker

    Very useful. Also, the Red Cross offers a 4 hour class on Pet Safety and First Aid (check your local office for availability).

  • Redefine With Angela

    Dog CPR - Every Dog Owner Needs To Know This. www.facebook.com/angelabuckfitness @angelabuck #redefine #redefinewithangela #redefined #dog #pet #animal #cpr #health #healthy #canine #firstaid #tips www.redefinewithangela.com

  • Gardner Zboncak

    How to Perform CPR to Save a Dog’s Life. I hope I never need this! @Jesi Carson #pet boy #Cute pet #pet girl| http://holidayevent2831.blogspot.com

  • Bosley's by Pet Valu

    Dog CPR. This could save your dog's life! Source: American Red Cross - Please note that there is an associated risk with putting your face near your dog's mouth during this procedure of potentially being bitten.

  • Corinna Galvan

    Know doggy CPR. | 25 Brilliant Lifehacks That Every Dog Owner Should Know -that's a good thing to know! #WeThePlanetProducts

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