Sugar the Boxer dog, who was in the middle of a training class in the Seattle area, suffered a seizure then stopped breathing for two full minutes. Sugar’s owner, Tiffany Kauth, was understandably distraught at the sight of her precious boxer who appeared to have died suddenly. That’s when trainer, Ron Pace jumped into action:
“For two long “unimaginable” minutes Tiffany Kauth’s dog, Sugar, stopped breathing and appeared dead.
Kauth and her boxer, Sugar, were in the right place at the right time. They were at a dog training class led by Ron Pace.
Kauth says “Sugar fell backwards, had a seizure and then stopped breathing.”
That’s when Pace jumped in and performed CPR on the dog. “It’s just kind of a natural instinct, for me to get in and try to get the thing to breathe…I’m not a trained professional in that, but it did work.”
In the video you see Sugar begin to come to life, and eventually watch her rib cage rise and fall as he begins to breathe.”
The video is tough to watch and hear, but the outcome is nothing short of amazing: