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1 Emergency Responses Jeopardy Veterinary Pet Care Agricultural Sciences Waterford, WI

2 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 First Response Heimlich Maneuver CPRPoisoning Car Accident Misc

3 First Response What is the first thing you should always do in an emergency? Check to make sure the scene is safe

4 First Response This is what the ABC’s stand for Airway, Breathing, Circulation

5 First Response Before leaving for a veterinarian, you should do this. Call the vet to alert them of your pending arrival

6 First Response If a dog is not breathing but has a heartbeat, what would be the appropriate response? Rescue Breathing

7 First Response If a dog is not breathing and has no heartbeat, what would be the appropriate response? CPR

8 Heimlich Maneuver If a dog is choking, this would be the appropriate first response to address the choking problem: Try to remove the object by hand

9 Heimlich Maneuver To perform the Heimlich on a dog, you must do what general motion? 5 thrusts inward and upward on the abdomen below the rib cage

10 Heimlich Maneuver Where should your fist be placed to perform the Heimlich? Below the rib cage

11 Heimlich Maneuver If you cannot pick up the dog, what should you do to perform the Heimlich? Lay the dog on its side and perform the compressions on the abdomen from the side

12 Heimlich Maneuver If the dog goes unconscious while you are trying to expel the object from its windpipe, what should you do? Keep performing the Heimlich until the object is expelled, then perform rescue breathing if needed.

13 CPR CPR is needed under what 2 conditions? No pulse and no breathing

14 CPR Where should chest compressions be performed on a dog for CPR? Widest part of the chest

15 CPR How deep should the chest compressions go? 1-3 inches on a big dog; ½ - 1 inch on a small dog

16 CPR If you are with a person, you perform ____ compressions for every breath. If you are alone, you perform ____ compressions for every breath 5 ; 3

17 CPR If the dog is small, they should face _____ you during CPR. If the dog is large, they should face _____ you during CPR. Towards; Away from

18 Poisoning If you have to make a dog vomit, you would use this 3% hydrogen peroxide

19 Poisoning This is the rate you would give 3% hydrogen peroxide to make a dog vomit 1 teaspoon for every 10 lbs of body weight up to 9 teaspoons

20 Poisoning If you have to take the dog to a vet, you should bring this along. The poison and the vomit

21 Poisoning You should do this before making a dog vomit using hydrogen peroxide. Try to feed it moist dog food

22 Poisoning This is the number for ASPCA Poison Control

23 Car Accident If you see a dog hit by a car, you must first do this before responding Make sure the scene is safe

24 Car Accident If you suspect a spinal injury from a car accident, you should do this as a precaution to prevent further spinal injury Not move the dog unless you have to and/or use a board or blanked to move the dog

25 Car Accident This is the first thing you should check when treating an animal hit by a car ABC’s

26 Car Accident If a dog has eviscerated organs, you must do this. Keep them moist

27 Car Accident This is what you should do to the dog on the way to the vet to prevent shock. Cover it with a blanket

28 Misc When treating an animal with heatstroke, this is the appropriate way to cool it down. Cover with a towel and douse it with tepid water.

29 Misc This is how you would treat a penetrating chest wound. Cover the wound with a pad covered in antibiotic gauze or petroleum jelly and transport to the vet

30 Misc If the dog has an object embedded into its body, you would do this: Leave the object in place and secure with gauze, tape, or a foam coffee cup. Transport to the vet

31 Misc If the dog has a fractured or broken bone, this is what you would do to prevent further injury before transporting to the vet: Wrap the affected area in a towel and secure with tape

32 Misc This is how you treat frost bite: Wrap the affected areas in a warm towel or soak in tepid water

33 FINAL JEOPARDY Make your wagers! This is how you would respond to an animal that has been badly burned by a pot of scalding water. Rinse off the affected area with cool water if possible. – Cover the affected area with a cool, wet cloth or cold pack and wrap in a loose bandage. – Transport the animal to the vet; cover with a blanket to prevent shock and call before leaving.


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