Canyon Crest K9 Training Center owner, Ron Pace, saves the life of a boxer with CPR during a regular training session. During the session, the dog suddenly collapsed and stopped breathing. Ron immediately applied CPR. Within a few minutes, the dog regained consciousness. Once the dog was resuscitated, the owner took him to the vet. It was later found out Sugar has Cardiomyopathy. We believe it's not just a coincidence that this dog's name happened to be SUGAR and his life was saved. Ron Pace has dedicated himself to training diabetic alert dogs to alert their owners to dangerous blood SUGAR levels. If you are touched by this story and want to help save a human life by providing them with a trained diabetic alert dog, you can donate to www.dogsforcures.com a non-profit organization set up to do just that.
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this seems fake…
@ligita68 i wish it was me its been a while!!!
FAKE. listen to what he says at the beginning. and the lady says “say her name” yeah that would help if a dog was dead. it’s a dog trick.
Why didn’t anyone give her sugar???? They were more worried about a dog instead of a diabetic??? So sad…
The advent of YouTube is a blight on humanity….Now, instead of going for help or lending a hand in life or death situations, it seems that peoples first and foremost concern is to get a good video of the situation to post on YouTube to achieve their 15 minutes of fame…If my dog was laying there dying and some jerkoff was sitting their filming it I would literally take the camera from them and shove it down their throat and watch them choke to death and then post them dying on YouTube…
My heart really goes out to this owner, being a Veterinary technician I feel for all owners who have to go through an emotional crisis like this. BUT..There should be a disclaimer on this video! This guy got lucky in this situation and they should not have let the dog wander around so long after the incident he should have been taken to a veterinarian IMMEDIATELY upon reviving. The video does not depict the proper procedures for animal CPR, which can leading to greater injury if done wrong
@kastilyongtahanan How could it die if I saw it in the news today Thurs, June 09 in an interview with the owner and the trainer – this video was from March??i dint think so…cheers
i dont know why but this video gave me the chills
@bigjim10011 The dog wasn’t dead. It was unconscious. So saying the name after giving CPR to the dog may have helped to re-gain some consciousness. Get a clue.
@cheerfulchip197 that is exactly my point retard lmao
@bigjim10011 The “play dead” trick could never be taken to this extreme. You cannot fake CPR on a dog. You could clearly see that the dog began breathing after a few moments of CPR.
@Patty77Barboza Hello,If it is alive than I will be one of the most jubilant ,You can google it,find sugar boxer,rescucitated and voila,but if the news i read was wrong I would be glad that it’s alive,have a good day.thanks.
omg i pretty much cried!
ABSOLUTELY. MEN RULE!
Someone buy that man a beer…….Excellent work.
Oh my gosh!!!! WOWW This is amazing!!!!!!!! That dog is lucky! 🙂
omg i cried 🙁
Im sorry to report sugar died 10 days later 🙁
this broke my heart!
its just a dog calm down lawd chupse
for what it’s worth, this is not how to do CPR. the compressions should be up to 100 or 120 per minute, such slow compressions as in this video likely did nothing; Boxers frequently get arrhythmias from heart disease that can cause this type of collapse. they appear dead, but then awaken when the arrhythmia stops.
@bigjim10011 Just cause your not breathing doesn’t mean your instantly dead, brain damage happens after 3 minutes of not breathing, death happens roughly 6-10mins without oxygen.
If i was only hearing the video without seeing i would probably think that the girl was doing… lets jus say “another think” with the dog.
nice job on the resurrection by the way.