Adorable little dog was reportedly saved by mouth-to-nose resuscitation

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You would be hard-pressed to seek out somebody who is aware of doggy CPR, so when man's greatest pal is in hassle, improvisation is vital.

Glenn Rowe, a farmer from Wimmera in Australia, claimed he saved the lifetime of his kelpie Jack when the canine was lifeless after by chance strangling himself on a lead hooked up to a quad bike.

"I assumed crikey, he is not wanting too good, he was all glassy eyed — yeah, he was cactus," Rowe advised radio station 3AW.

Rowe leapt into motion by giving the canine a little bit of improvised CPR. The farmer pumped him on the chest, which wasn't efficient. So then he began blowing into his nostril. Read more...

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