Manuel Franco came home to find his dog Sagira struggling to breathe. Her eyes had rolled back in her head, and he feared he might lose her. "But something clicked," he told InsideEdition.com, and "I start[ed] performing CPR until she went back to life." Manuel had taken a pet CPR class given by a trainer named Lorna Li. Pets "really are, truly, family members," said Lorna. "Being able to be proactive and be more responsible for them in their care is really the goal here."
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