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A dedicated vet staff performs CPR for 10 minutes to save a senior dog.

Dr. Debora Hope, clinical director of 608 Vet Practice, was ready to leave after a long day when a woman burst into their clinic screaming. Casper, a 13-year-old Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, was in her arms. Already, the dog was limp and motionless.
Gloria Jackson, the dog’s owner, stated that Casper has congenital heart disease and suddenly stopped breathing.

To save the life of a dog.

The good doctor and her staff rushed the unresponsive dog into a surgical theater. They believe fluid has built up in his lungs, making it difficult for the dog to breathe. The staff prepared the necessary equipment and worked on the dog like a well-oiled machine.

One of them inserted a tube into the dog’s airway, while another began CPR. They also administered IV fluids and intravenous drugs to him. The nurse continued CPR on Casper for the next ten minutes. Then, miraculously, his heart began to beat again.

He soon began breathing on his own and regained consciousness. Casper didn’t just open his eyes; he became aware of what was happening around him. His resurrection and subsequent actions were excellent signs for a dog who was technically dead just a few minutes ago.

Dr. Hope later admitted that they had some doubts about the dog’s ability to be revived. However, when Casper looked up at them, they were delighted and relieved.

Mom is grateful.

The veterinarian and her staff stabilized the dog’s condition, but they advised that it remains in their clinic for observation. He was allowed to return home to his family after a few days.

Gloria discovered how committed the clinic staff was to save her dog’s life. She is grateful that they did not give up on resuscitating him. Casper is doing well now, and hopefully, he won’t have the same problem again soon.

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