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Maltese - Maltese Puppy  CPR

It's not a scenario you want to imagine: finding your Maltese Puppy  unconscious on your living room floor or your cat hit by a car. Finding your Maltese Puppy  not breathing or with his heart not beating can be a terrifying experience, but there are things you can do. The most important step you can take is staying calm. If there's another person with you, have her call your veterinarian while you perform CPR.

Step 1: Check for responsiveness
Before you begin doing anything to your Maltese Puppy , make sure he is truly unresponsive.

  • Check his breathing by placing your hand in front of his nose and mouth. (Be sure not to cover them and block his airway!)
  • Check for his heartbeat by placing your ear against area where your Maltese Puppy 's left elbow touches the chest.

Step 2: Secure an airway
If you don't see or feel your Maltese Puppy  breathing, you immediately need to make sure his airway is clear.

  • Carefully pull his tongue forward out of his mouth. (Even an unresponsive animal can bite by instinct.)
  • Look into the throat for a foreign object. If you find one, remove it carefully
  • Move the head until the neck is straight. (Don't move the neck if you suspect it is injured.)
Step 3: Rescue breathing
 
  • Close your Maltese Puppy 's mouth and breathe directly into his nose
    not his mouth
    until his chest expands.
  • If the chest doesn't expand, check again for a foreign object in the throat and reposition the airway so it is straight.
  • Once you've gotten the chest to expand, continue the rescue breathing, repeating the breaths 12 to 15 times per minute (once every four to five seconds).

Step 4: Chest compressions
Do not begin chest compressions until you've secured an airway and started rescue breathing.

  • Gently lay your Maltese Puppy  on his right side.
  • The heart is located in the lower half of the chest on the left side, behind the elbow of the front left leg. Place one hand below the heart to support the chest; place the other hand over the heart.
  • Press down gently on your Maltese Puppy 's heart. Press down about one inch for medium-sized Maltese Puppy s; press harder for larger animals and with less force for smaller animals. To massage the hearts of cats and other tiny Maltese Puppy s, compress the chest with the thumb and forefingers of one hand.
  • Press down 80-120 times per minute for larger animals and 100-150 times per minute for smaller ones.
  • Alternate the chest compressions with the rescue breaths.

Continue the heart massage compressions and the rescue breathing until you can hear a heartbeat and feel regular breathing. Once your Maltese Puppy  is breathing and his heart is beating, call your veterinarian immediately.