There may come a time in your dog's life when you'll need to use dog CPR to save her. Electrocution and some types of poison can stop her heart. Of course, prevention is the key to avoiding these dangers. Invest some time now to reduce the chances that you will ever need to use dog CPR.
For us dog owners, our pets are more than just animals. They are beloved members of our family and their health is of paramount importance to us. However, it's amazing how many of us are unaware of the potential dangers lurking in our dogs' food. Some seemingly innocuous ingredients can actually be toxic to our canine companions. This lack of awareness is not due to negligence, but to a lack of accessible, understandable and concise information. Our guide aims to uncover the topic of toxic dog foods and provide you with all the knowledge you need to make sure your dog's food is safe, nutritious and beneficial to their lives.
Now that we know the When, let's work on the How ofinducing vomiting in dogs who have swallowed something dangerous. You want to make it as easy as possible for your dog to vomit. Some food in her stomach will make it easier for her. Feed her a slice of bread or a few crackers. Or try a tablespoon or two of dog food if you don't feed her "human" food.