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June 22, 2017 / Posted by:

Glenn Rowe, the Australian farmer who saved his beloved dog by giving that pooch mouth-to-nose!

Whenever you’ve got a dog friend-in-need who could use a CPR boost to get them breathing with the living again, you gotta close their mouths with your hand and pretend like you’re Charlie Sheen and there’s a coke nugget up in their nose and go at it. You have to rid your mind of the image of random dog ass dust covering your pooch’s nose and give them mouth-to-snouth resuscitation. I first learned about mouth-to-snout CPR when I took my dog to a checkup and the vet asked me if I knew how to do this. I got grossed out at first, but then I realized that my mouth has been on a lot worse. And then I felt grossed on my dog’s behalf, since you know, my mouth has been on a lot worse than his nose.

One sheep farmer in Victoria knew all about mouth-to-snout and he used it to save his friend’s life. Glenn Rowe tells 7 News Sydney (The NZ Herald) that 6-year-old Jack the Kilpie is his friend and workmate and together they round up sheep every day. One day, Jack was tied to Glenn’s quad bike and when Glenn went to let his furry sidekick off of the leash, he found that the dog got tangled up and strangled by the lead. Jack wasn’t breathing and was probably skipping off to the light. Glenn tried to save Jack by doing chest compressions and when that didn’t work, he screamed “CRIKEY!” and then shut his dog’s mouth and performed mouth-to-snout CPR. Glenn became the Peter Griffin to Jack’s Meg Griffin. Jack skipped away from the light and started breathing again. He’s now 100% and is already back at work.

“I’m not one of these people who would let the dog lick them or anything, and I thought ‘No I’m not worrying about doing it – I’ve just got to do it. He was very glassy-eyed, I thought he might have brain damage – but he’s good as new… I was very lucky”.

I’m throwing a “bitch, don’t” at the reporter in this piece who says that Jack caused a lot of drama. Victim blaming!

To make sure this never happens again, Farmer Glenn should let Jack drive the quad bike as he follows behind on a leash.

And yes,  I’d do the same thing for my dog, but the question is, would he do the same thing for me? Of course he would…. but only if I was choking on a big piece of bacon and he knew he could get to it.

Pic: 7 News Sydney

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