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To check Capillary Refill Time (CRT), take a finger and push on the gums so that it blanches (turns white). The pink color should return within
True or False: Any accidental injury will automatically be considered a contaminated wound
When delivering back blows to a choking dog
True or False: Compressions/Breaths should be administered continuously for 15 minutes uninterrupted
A head hold may be used on a dog as a safety restraint when
When performing CPR on your dog or cat, how many sets of compressions and breaths should you perform before re-checking the A, B, C’s (airway, breathing, circulation)?
When you encounter an animal that is bleeding from a wound, you should
When performing CPR on your cat or dog, if you feel them begin to move you should:
Which of the following can be used as muzzle?
Which of the following may be poisonous to dogs?
True or False: When you encounter an injured animal that is limping or unable to walk, you should encourage them to walk on their own.
How is a dog or cat’s temperature taken?
What is the best method to determine the respiratory rate for a dog or cat?
When restraining a cat with a towel, always
The femoral artery is used to determine the pulse rate of a dog or cat. Where is the femoral artery located?
Which of the following methods is the best for removing an aggressive cat from its carrier?
True or False: Rescue breaths are performed by doing “mouth to snout” during CPR
True or False: If you encounter a dog that has fallen down the stairs and is not moving, you should find something flat and stiff to put them on so as not to move their body too much and possibly make their injuries worse.
When performing CPR on dog or cat, for every 2 breaths, how many compressions should be performed
When performing compressions during CPR on small dogs and cats, what method of compressions is generally suggested?
When placing a splint bandage on a dog or cat, the splint is placed where?
When placing a bandage on an animal you don’t need to check how tight it is.
Once you have completed wrapping a head bandage on an animal
True or False: If your dog is choking, the first thing you should do is pull the dog’s mouth open, look inside its mouth and if you can see the obstruction.
Which of the following is a sign of internal bleeding?