AP Poll: Pet owners willing to go mouth-to-muzzle
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SUE MANNING Associated Press Writer LOS ANGELES (AP)
Most pet owners would leap into action for an injured pet, even if it meant risking dog breath by going mouth-to-snout. Fifty-eight percent of pet owners 63 percent of dog owners and 53 percent of cat owners would be at least somewhat likely to perform CPR on their pet in the event of a medical emergency, according to an Associated Press-Petside.com poll. Tammy Parks, 52, of Amherst, Mass., has taken a pet first aid class and wouldn't hesitate to help her 15-yearold mixed breed terriers, Lucy and Jul...