Plane Crew Reacts quickly To Save Dog’s Life With Oxygen Mask For Flight.
First of all, the flight attendants receive first aid training, as this is very important during a flight in case of a medical emergency on board or a drop in cabin pressure.
Flight attendants receive first aid training, as this is a very important part of any flight in case of a medical emergency on board or a drop in cabin pressure.
So when a dog needed immediate help, the flight attendants were ready to respond.
The quick thinking of the crew members was critical in saving the dog’s life.
This story, which recently went viral online, took place in 2018 on a Jetblue flight where 2 flight attendants were able to save a dog’s life by acting immediately.
A woman named Michele Burt was out of the country with her 3 dogs and her husband heading to Massachusetts when one of her dogs started having trouble catching his breath!
After taking Darcy out of her crate, Mrs. Burt noticed that due to the lack of oxygen, Darcy’s tongue had turned blue. She tried to calm her dog down, but to no avail!
Seeing that the dog needed help, Renaud Spencer, another flight attendant, rushed to help the dog.
She and Diane Asher, her assistant, tried many ways to cool the dog, but none worked. They then used an oxygen mask to allow the dog to breathe normally! What a great idea! Watch the video below.