Police taught a service dog to do chest compressions. Video

This technique is effective in “saving lives”.

Police in Spain have taught a service dog to do chest compressions for the resuscitation of the victim. Video dog training published by the police of Madrid on Twitter.

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It is unknown whether this method is effective in “saving lives”, but the video is rapidly gaining popularity.

A dog named Poncho beat paws of a police officer in the chest and check for breathing. “The dog is the only creature in the world who will love you more than he loves himself,” police quoted the words of John Billings.