Pet oxygen masks make a difference in emergencies

02/15/2012 | USA Today

Firefighters equipped with pet oxygen masks have increasingly resuscitated animals at the scene of house fires in the last decade, and with unconfirmed estimates suggesting tens of thousands of animals die in fires every year, every mask counts. "Immediate oxygen therapy can make the difference between life and death in severely affected pets," said emergency veterinarian Elke Rudloff.

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