36 Chapters Include:
High Tech Veterinary Treatment, First Aid Kit, Standard Precautions, What is Normal for My Dog, Scene Safety, Muzzle, C-A-B's, Rescue Breathing, CPR (latest AHA standards), Choking, Drowning, Mechanism of Injury, Spinal Injuries, Fractures, Wounds, Evisceration, Gunshot Wounds, Penetrating Chest Wounds, Embedded Objects, Shock, Car Accidents, Poisoning (latest information from ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center), Snakebites, Spider Bites, Insect Stings, Hypothermia / Frostbite, Burns, Chemical Burns, Dehydration, Heat Stroke, Bloat/ Torsion, Electric Shock, Eye Injuries, Foot Injuries, Ears, Heart Problems and Seizures.
Bonus Section contains:
Introduction to Working Dogs, Tribute to Working Dogs and Happy Dogs.
Program features working dogs from small Beagles to large German Shepherds guarding borders, searching for lost people, working with law enforcement, guarding homes and businesses and searching for explosives .
This program is a must for all pet owners and pet caregivers. The very latest veterinary medical information including dogs cardiac procedures such as pacemakers, preventive treatment for bloat/ torsion, and first aid treatment are included.
Length: 103 Minutes
The pet emergency first aid: DVD is worth purchasing. I highly recommend having it on hand to watch.
Most of the tape I was familiar already dealing with certain situations with my dogs. It was a very comprehensive CD: Drowning, Injury, Fractures, Wounds, Gun shots, Embedded objects, Seizures, Shock, Bleeding, Poison, Snake/insect bites, Heat stroke and Bloat. My dog club is "getting together a 1st aid box" and I noticed we are missing a few items.
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