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Feature January 2019 Issue

The Right Way to Perform CPR On Your Pet

Lots of opinions on how to do it correctly, but only one is based on actual evidence.

Even the most caring cat owner probably wouldn’t list mouth-to-snout as the preferred way of expressing affection. But what if it could save the life of a companion animal who has stopped breathing?

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