How to Correctly Administer Animal First Aid to Help Save Your Pets Life | Loose Women

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After one dog-owner rescued her pet pooch with the Heimlich Manoeuvre, it highlights the importance of knowing how to help you pet if they become unwell. Should all pet-owners should enlist on first-aid courses to help their furry friends? PDSA vet Hermione Hillen joins the panel to give out tips on what to do in a pet emergency and we demonstrate how to save your dog’s life with CPR using a dummy dog.
From series 24, broadcast on 14/01/20

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