Stray Dog Acting Weird Saves Puppies & Injured Mama After Owner Dies – Hope For Dogs | My DoDo

Stray Dog Acting Weird Saves Puppies & Injured Mama After Owner Dies – Hope For Dogs | My DoDo


Melissa you’re going to be on your way
from your place at the devoted barn and you’re coming up here and I’ll send you
the information and you know I don’t really know what’s going to happen I
think everybody’s going to be ok with this dog going and finding a new home
and I think they’re going to be very open to getting some help for the rest
of the dogs that are here as well wa2 s films an award-winning nonprofit
conceived to explore observe and produce programs about human animal interaction on this episode what I love I love to
help people like this just right you know we get kind of a bad rap here and
these are great little communities and people that are just trying to do the
right thing you know trying to help their dogs they took over the dog from
somebody who passed away and they just need a little bit of assistance so we
love that love to be able to help them so you’ve talked to these people before
I am okay second time chat will yesterday lovely people actually March I
think you’re going to get picked on and they shouldn’t – they’re nice they’re
just pork doing ethic so I’m just coming out here to see if I can help with the
dog that you have as puppies probably she has an embedded collar
oh yeah up she does what we’re trying to do is we’re just going to keep it the
owner he passed away so we’re going to keep the dog um yeah you can help um
what we’re trying to do they really just hear somatic light actually yeah get us
some medical kit to make sure she’s okay with the puppy baby and uh the puppies
are real good Billie young the tuna they were three and the guy who gave one away
oh-o-oh see like a bow kind of about four weeks ago four weeks
maybe they’re really healthy really good shape at anything we’ll give me a few
minutes ago well and you’re also interested in wife oh yeah if you can
tell me about Wylie if we can help him out I don’t know he’s hurt
usually hey mister go thank you nearly somewhere he’s a good dog you know he
was a string so we’ll have the puppy and he gave me last time yeah I think he’d
be a good dog a real great dog to that I don’t me myself personally I don’t mind
if you take he’s a real good dog he deserves it and again she doesn’t have a
mean to take care of her so well if we could what I would love to do if we
could get mama is she still nursing the party oh yeah she if we could get her
and I would take her to the vet and have whatever needs to be done medically we
could actually bring her back to you if you want to keep her absolutely love you
out with that but we need to get that taken care of people can buy the collar
can have Zoey – okay Polartec thank you we’ll have Marla target oh she should
come back she an older daughter wrote about you oh my grandma did you guys oh
my gosh mom is doing a good job Mama’s doing a good job McGirt atta boy
yeah yeah I know he an eldest carries abruzzo am I here you just want to get a
runaway hi baby we’re gonna keep these I’m going to get
deep guys big okay and mom I don’t know what might keep our might never say say
oh my goodness are you so cute good son are they eating regular food now
yep they’d make a food I see you – what are you doing oh yes they are
yes watching would it be okay if we would help you with production I’m
assuming depending on how bad things got a color okay but I don’t want it to take
from me I am fine a day as long as I can get
connected with able to burn thing I’m gonna help you find her because he’s
here my people could either puffy soup yeah and he’s been here to see this
morning oh very beautiful wow yeah the owner had him I really think earthy they
moved away I really do think that could happen but uh these guys evening keep these guys and get mom get them
back here and then we’ll do something we can you know somehow get like an outfit
when you guys thing is this you with this one she went that way and then that
way baby don’t most baby I’m going to hold them
for men I don’t want them run in the road I’m going to see if I have one of
my cars that have my friends real quick wait no wait oh mama
okay so this is my that’s my cell phone number on there okay yes move oh well he
knows what she looks like after he has the collar thing next to me she will
come back hoping it’s old you guys we gotta wait on me
can we brought one crate my dog is loose in the car so let me get her back right
here why can I give you a treat good boy what is it boy where’s your friend you see it’s not to
kind of see how he feels but I’m sure it never had a leash on okay just a little
bit of we’re connected oh we’re just kind of doing slow and running out of
drink slow kind of counter conditioning installation will you be going to the
vet today I’m with mom so yeah so the objective will be for you in and Mama to
get to the bank and then if we can get back here to much good really good
lightly you know he’s probably never had a
lesion so because he worked hard I’m going to give him one no pressure
go back I’ll just look a little bit more with this too much pressure so nothing Bad’s happening to him so
he’s having a good experience so when we do have to be be mean and put the leash
on he’s already had some good experiences where nothing Bad’s happened
you got a good treat good job buddy you’re the bully I’ve been give me too
many why I want you to get sick that’s why we can drown through it okay good
job you got again I was so good all the way there’s good boy son no training dog
Trixie holding all goes into 101 I’ll are sitting on a student on the east
side of the tree we’ve known you for many many years if you do so you do you
bring awareness to stray dogs well I run the world animal Awareness Society in WH
us films and what we do is we create various programs to help actually
increase the impact of rescues and organizations like yours and in doing so
when we come across this and we come across
dogs in need we feel compelled we can’t just leave that animal in that situation
but they’re there design of story guys there they’re out there surveying
they’re not a rescue they’re just out finding the problems and selling this
I don’t have anything see now do you guys see what he’s doing he’s going to
the leash and looking for a tree leashes now for him equal treats which is good
so then when we do ha leeches mean treats you guys like to
come into the leash this time put a leash on it’s going to be a party a
party yeah we good thing thank you that’s a millisecond for a treat I would
you I’m liking this a galactic I’m liking you Wiley a lot now if you don’t
have a little bit of blood on him and I’m trying to figure out where it’s
coming from he does have a little bit of lemon and
startop where’s that blood coming from bloody poison so slip and roll over so
we worked and roll over that gun play with me rough right haul I want to look
so you just have a little bit of blood coming off of his penis brain with the
tip wait is Egyptians I’m going to see I want to see on your belly can I look at
your belly cookies you’ve got a little bit of blood under penis buddy just kind
of a problem that is a problem used to be oh man is he cute so I might
talk because he is bleeding from his penis barn family who’s all on here who
can make their way up to decided to turn it for me with a pen on the back of the
car okay look good girl yeah that’s a good girl I got shot yesterday all right it’s open
but I think the car might off but it looks like the skin i shot yesterday
well hungry their mamas little Honda see if we can work your way out for snacks we you buddy all right we’re off to the vet off
to the vet to have them looked over we cific River Raisin in Monroe okay so um
we are headed to the vet with her so her nuts the color is off but she definitely
has a lot of damage on the top hopefully it does she got what we gonna make her
come away come away me hey hey we’re International run down to the badges I
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Dog First Aid : Tips for Treating Kennel Cough in Dogs


What do you do if you fear that your dog has
come down with kennel cough? A
common sign of kennel cough is a hacking cough that your dog would exhibit. It sounds almost
like they are trying to clear their throat. A mild case you will have some hacking, throat
clearing action from the dog. You might have a slightly high temperature and you might
have a little bit of lethargy. If the case of kennel cough is more severe, the dog might
actually hack up phlegm. As it is coughing, it is hacking up phlegm. More serious cases
can result in hospitalization for the dog. So how do you manage this? What do you do?
If your dog is coughing and the cough is persistent and it is especially worse at night, one thing
you can do is give your dog cough syrup. So how do you give your dog cough syrup? You can different size syringes; this one
here goes up to 1/2 tablespoon.

Dog First Aid

Dog First Aid


Whether you’re hiking or hunting, spending time outdoors can also be an opportunity to spend time with man’s best friend. Obedience training is a must, but so is planning ahead. You’ll need to pack for his needs as well as your own. There’s no reason your dog can’t carry his own luggage. And the most important item in his pack will be his own first aid kits. You can make your own. Here’s what you’ll need. First, the essentials: a blanket, your vet’s phone number… gauze bandage, which can double as a tourniquet first aid tape, gauze sponges, q-tips, non-stick telfa pads, saline solution, tweezers or forceps, and blunt-end scissors. When you’re in the field, you’ll need more: styptic pencil to stop bleeding, topical wound disinfectant, antibiotic ointment, benadryl, buffered aspirin (never give a dog tylenol or ibuprofen. Both are toxic), pepto bismol tablets, new skin liquid bandage for patching abrasions on pads, syrup of ipecac, and wire cutters. Even the best dog can bite when he’s in pain, so remember you can use the gauze bandage to make a muzzle to use while you’re examining the injury or moving an injured dog. Most field injuries like lacerations of ears, pads or tail tips, torn claw, or shallow wounds can be treated on site, with a possible follow-up with your vet. But if your dog breaks a bone, gets bitten by a snake, or gets foxtails in his nose or ears, you might want to cut your trip short and seek professional care.

Dog CPR: Unconscious & Not Breathing

Dog CPR: Unconscious & Not Breathing


– If you suspect that
a dog is unconscious, you need to approach from behind. You start by touching them
with the back of your foot and speak to them as well. So you’re not kicking them, you’re just touching them gently with the back of your foot. You would then touch them
with the back of your hand, it’s less invasive than
the front of your hand as far as they’re concerned. If there is no response at all, you need to open their airway. So you tilt the head and
lift their chin back, you pull their tongue forward a bit, and you check to see if they’re breathing. So you would feel the breath, you could use a bit of your hair and see if it’s moving
underneath their nose. And you can feel if they’re breathing. If they’re not breathing,
you need to start CPR. If they are breathing, you would put them into
the recovery position on their right-hand side. So if they’re not breathing, you need to then hold
their mouth together, and you’re going to breathe
in through their nose. And use a face shield. So if you’ve got a face shield, or something to protect
yourself, that’s a good idea. And always gain consent from the owner before giving CPR to somebody else’s dog. So you hold their jaw together, and you’re going to breathe into them, not breathing a full breath, because our lungs are
bigger than theirs are. So you’re going to breathe into
them and see the chest rise. You’re going to breathe in at a rate of one every three seconds, and you’re going to give
five initial breaths. So holding in. And see if that’s helped them
to start breathing themselves. If it hasn’t, I’m now going to check to
see if there is a pulse. So, I’m going to use
my three middle fingers and I’m going to feel
just inside their back leg and see if there is any form of a pulse or I could put my hand and see if their heart
appears to be beating. If there is a pulse, but they’re not breathing, I’m now going to give another 20 breaths. So that’s about one
minute’s worth of breaths to see if that will prompt them to start breathing themselves. So again, I would hold their jaw together. I would breathe into them
to inflate their lungs. So I’ll be doing that up to 20 times. If after that, they still haven’t started
breathing themselves, then I will need to start
doing chest compressions. When I’m breathing into them, I’m being the lungs for them. When I’m pushing on their chest I’m being the heart. So I’m being a heart and lung machine to keep their heart and their brain full of oxygenated blood so that once they get to the vet there’s a much better chance
of them making a full recovery. So, I’ve checked danger,
I’ve approached them. I’ve checked for response. There’s no response. I’ve opened the airway,
I’ve checked for breathing. They’re not breathing. I’ve given them breaths and now I’m going to give
them the compressions. So behind them like this. For most dogs you will be
pushing just on the side here. So just behind their front legs and that’s where the
heart would be positioned. For something like a whippet, it’s slightly more in
the triangle between them and if you have one of
the flat-chested dogs like a bulldog or a pug, then you might want to
roll them on their back and you can be doing CPR on them while they’re on their back. So put your hand over like this, the over hand over the top and I’m pushing down hard and fast. 30 compressions and then
after the 30 compressions I would go back to
giving two breaths again. So 30 to two, 30 to two. Now the Blue Cross say that
if you haven’t had any luck and they haven’t come back to life within about three or five minutes, it’s highly unlikely that they
are going to make a recovery. Give it your best shot. You are doing the very best
possible that you can for them and get them to a vet
as quickly as possible.

Dog Choking: What to Do

Dog Choking: What to Do


Choking is incredibly common and it’s really important
that you help them quickly ’cause you won’t have
time to get to the vet. So signs they might be choking. They could be pawing at the mouth. They could be pacing. They could be just quiet and struggling to breathe
and looking in distress. Help them quickly. So if it’s a small dog, pick them up, have a look in their mouth, protect yourself, don’t
put yourself at risk, but if you can, have a look. See if there is something obvious and, if you can remove it, then finger and thumb
or forceps or tweezers if you have them, quickly to hand. Straight in and see if
you can pull out anything that is obvious. Don’t probe down there
or try and poke around. If it’s something obvious, yes. If not, leave it be. Next thing to do is hold them upside down. Let gravity help and just see if you can
dislodge whatever’s in there. If that doesn’t work, your second-line treatment
is to make a fist and you put it just under the
dip in the side of your dog. So just below the rib cage here and you’re going to be pulling
in in a J-shape movement. It’s an abdominal thrust, used to be known as
the Heimlich manoeuvre, and that’s what you’re doing on the dog. So you’re making a fist like that, you’re putting it under in that gap, and you’re pulling in and under, and that’s how you would dislodge, up to five times, and then back to gravity. If it’s not coming out, you are going to need to
get veterinary help quickly, but keep calm. The calmer you are, the
calmer they will be, and you should be able to help them. For a larger dog, you’re not going to be able
to lift them like that. So wheelbarrow type, so leave
them on their front paws, and just lift their back paws and you’re lifting by the rump, so not by the legs. So by the rump, lean
them forward and, again, if that hasn’t helped, your second-line treatment
is exactly the same, an upward thrust like that under and you do five of those and then back and then five of those to
see if you can dislodge it. If the obstruction does come out, still get them checked by the vet because it’s possible that
it’s caused some damage to their throat or inside and it might mean that they
are struggling to eat after.

What to do if your Dog gets Burnt

What to do if your Dog gets Burnt


Sadly, it’s quite common
for dogs to get burned. They quite like to be near
us when we’re cooking, and around us generally. If your dog is burned,
it’s really important that you treat the area
under cool, running water, as quickly as possible. If it’s only a superficial burn, it’s vital that you do that fast. If it’s a more serious burn, they should always be seen by a vet as quickly as you possibly can. So, for more superficial burns, under cool running water for at least 10, and ideally a full 20 minutes,
under cool running water. If it’s a chemical burn, just ensure that there’s no
contra-indication to using water and run it, providing that’s the case, run it under cool running
water for at least 20 minutes. And, be careful of the runoff, so that it isn’t running
onto another part of the dog, or onto you. Never burst any blisters. Keep them warm, and the rest of them as dry as you possibly can. You’re cooling the burn
and not cooling the dog. And, always get them seen by a vet as quickly as you possibly can.

Dogs & Allergies | First Aid for Pets

Dogs & Allergies | First Aid for Pets


Dogs can become allergic
to pretty much anything, same as humans. So, sometimes they can
become allergic to fleas, they can get flea dermatitis
where even just the saliva that the fleas have
that causes the allergy, so even just one flea can
cause an all over reaction and make them very itchy
and very uncomfortable for many weeks long after
the fleas have gone. And that’s quite common. Food allergies of all sorts of things that dogs can be allergic to
and some of which can be a quite serious poison to them. They can also be allergic to pollen. Just like we do, they can have hay fever. Cleaning products can make them ill. Cigarette smoke can affect them, as well. And they can also just be
allergic to pretty much anything that anyone else can. So, it can affect their ears,
their skin, their faces, their coats, and their
hair, and it can also affect their feet. If they have some sort of skin allergy, then it’s helpful to wash with cool water and your vet might prescribe an antihistamine for them as well, which can be very helpful. And you might notice that
they’re licking the area or they’re trying to chew it or paw at it, and that can all be signs
that they are distressed and it’s causing them problems. So, get them to vet quickly. It is possible for them to have an acute anaphylactic reaction as well so it’s an all over body
reaction, particularly around their faces and their throats as well, and that is extremely serious and a life-threatening emergency. Get them to the vet as
quickly as possible, ideally, lying down with
their rump slightly raised. They will need help fast. If it’s been caused by a bee sting, then if you’re able to see that the stinger is still in there, scrape it out with your
thumbnail ’cause that actually will reduce the amount of
cortisone that can end up in their system. So, allergies can affect your pet. Your vet can help, but if it is an acute anaphylactic reaction, that is a life-threatening emergency.

Dog First Aid : How to Care for a Dog’s Torn Toe Nail

Dog First Aid : How to Care for a Dog’s Torn Toe Nail


So I am going to demonstrate for you how you
would bandage a torn toenail from a dog. We are working with Ty here and he has torn his
right dewclaw. Dewclaw is the nail that is upside on the leg and he has torn that completely
off. So first thing that we want to do is you can see that the hair around the dewclaw
is a little bit matted and the first thing we need to do is clean that area up. We need
to brush that hair out. Now you can shave the area if you want to. I am trying to save
the coat so I am just going to brush this area out. It is going to tender and sore so
I am being very careful to hold the hair away from the skin so I don’t hit the skin with
the brush
and it is actually matted like this because he has been licking it. Ty stop. I am going
to expose the area. Put your head down. Okay, put your head down. Okay you can see that
it is a little bit red and raw here, the area that he has been licking; the area around
the dewclaw that is missing and in fact I will scissor the hair away from this area;
make it a little bit easier to work. Okay he is very obvious sensitive in this area
so I am going to work carefully.
So this is the dewclaw here. It is a little bit swollen. The dewclaw itself is actually
missing. We are going to clean this area out here. I am going go use some Betadyne from
my first aid kit; some Betadyne and cotton. If you can leave a wound like this open for
the air to heal, that is always better but if the dog is worrying it, licking it and
causing it to swell up like this then we really do need to close it off. Before we close it
off though, I want to clean it out.

How to Travel with your Dog : Learn About a Traveling First-Aid Kit for Dogs

How to Travel with your Dog : Learn About a Traveling First-Aid Kit for Dogs


Hi! This is Elise McMahon for Expert Village
and in this video series we’re talking about how to travel with your dog. If you would
like to find out more about my services you can visit my website at canineheadstart.com.
So we’re talking a little bit about first aid kits. It’s a really good idea when you’re
traveling with your dog to bring your first aid kit, the canine first aid kit with you,
a lot of the things you’re going to find in there are in fact very similar to what
you would be putting in your very own first aid kit. Just I have got of couple of items
out here. It’s always good to have everything together in the bag, some sort of bag it doesn’t
have to be a bag setup specifically for canines but having stuff together and some sort of
bag that you can just grab and go and then you’re not running around the house trying
to gather everything at the last minute. So here I’m just going to go over the couple
of the things. This is oral electrolytes, if you’re out hiking with your dog in the
summer time and you need to replenish electrolytes, it’s always a good idea to have some electrolytes
on you. We also carry them around for ourselves and don’t always think about the dogs. Also
here we’ve got an antiseptic anti-itch spray so again this would be more sort of the summer
time travel with your dog but if you get your dog to a place that there’s a lot of biting
bugs and or the dog is stressed and he’s chewing on himself, this is always a good
thing to have, some anti-itch spray. If your dog cuts or injures himself couple of things
you’re going to want to have in hand, this is iodine, this is a Betadine skin cleaner
and you also will want to have some pads and tape if your dogs cuts themselves and really
good handy thing to use with dogs is vet wrap, it’s called vet wrap and this is actually
a self adhesive tape. So you unpeel it there’s no glue here at all, you want to unpeel it
and then when you wrapping it back around it just stays. So this is a really good thing
to have on hand as well as the gauze pads. If your dog injures himself on the foot let’s
say you are hiking with your dog or you are walking in the city and it cuts his pad you
might want to have some sort of soft boot. You can wrap the foot up and make sure the
dog doesn’t take the foot wrapping off. You can put the pad, the foot in a boot. You’re
going to want to make sure you have got a boot that fits your dog’s foot. Tweezers
are always the good thing to have on hand if your dog is in a place and for some reason
their ears get irritated having an ear cleanser or cotton and an ear ointment on hand, it
should always be in your first aid kit, having a small towel is a good idea to carry on your
first aid kit and then also obviously a thermometer you want to have a thermometer with you in
your first aid kit.