How to Place An IV Catheter in a Dog?


To place an IV catheter in a dog you will need it restrain the dog and begin to find a place to insert the IV. Always find a sterile site and don't be stingy with cleaning. Insert the needle and tubing should be blocked off with a tourniquet. Place the bag on the end of the tubing and hang. You can find more information here:
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You can place an IV catheter in your dog, by holding your dog down and making a slit in his upper thigh. Clamp bought the artery. Slide the catheter into the artery.
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