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 Santa Cruz woman saves her dog with CPR

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مُساهمةموضوع: Santa Cruz woman saves her dog with CPR   الجمعة يونيو 18, 2010 1:02 am

Santa Cruz woman saves her dog with CPR


SANTA
CRUZ — After seeing her dog hanging from outside a car window in May, a
Santa Cruz woman used CPR to save its life.Janet Rosenberg, a
real estate broker in Santa Cruz County, used the technique of doing
chest compressions and breathing into the animal's nose to bring it back
from the brink of death."I ran screaming to the car," Rosenberg
said, about seeing Pearl, her Italian greyhound, hanging by the neck on a
tether that was supposed to keep her secure inside the car.One
month later, Pearl is back to enjoying a normal life of frolicking in
her large backyard and Rosenberg is trying to spread the word that CPR
is not just for humans.Rosenberg often has Pearl in the car with
her, in a harness designed specifically to hook dogs into an existing
seat belt. While a client was touring a home at noon on May 15,
Rosenberg ducked out to check on Pearl and found her hanging from the
window. As a former hospital employee who had learned CPR, Rosenberg
unhooked the dog from the harness, put her in the back seat and began
doing mouth-to-mouth breathing, covering Pearl's nose and mouth with
hers."A couple of times I stopped, and just thought she was
gone," Rosenberg said.But eventually, Pearl's legs began to flick
and she began to pant.
Rosenberg put Pearl in the
front seat and sped to the closest veterinary clinic in Soquel while
continuing compressions. At the hospital, Pearl's eyes looked in
opposite directions,
but it seemed the CPR was a
success.Pearl was lucky. According to the Veterinary
Information Network, a link between patients and veterinarians, CPR on
pets is not often successful."I was sure they were going to come
back and tell me that she had died," Rosenberg said.After a
followup at an emergency veterinary clinic, Pearl began to walk around
and wag her tail as she normally did, said Rosenberg, and the two were
released.At Chanticleer Veterinary Hospital a few days later,
Pearl was still acting normally, said Rosenberg.Dr. Jennifer
Condreay, Pearl's regular veterinarian, checked for sings of brain
damage and eye injuries, and said, "I would not have known had Rosenberg
not told me about it." Condreay said dogs are safer in kennels than in
restraints, and Rosenberg no longer tethers Pearl to the car, and brings
her inside the office."She is my best friend," Rosenberg said of
her shelter adoptee. "I brought her home and the rest is history."
If You Go
Pet first aid
classes

Where: American Red Cross, 2960
Soquel Ave., Santa Cruz
When: 9 a.m.- 12 p.m., June 26; 6-9. p.m.,
July 8 and 6-9 p.m. Aug. 12.
Information: For pet first aid classes
contact your local red cross chapter at [ندعوك للتسجيل في المنتدى أو التعريف بنفسك لمعاينة هذا الرابط]


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