Ron Pace, the owner of Canyon Crest K9 Training Center in Tacoma, has become a viral hit on YouTube and TV news since he did CPR and mouth-to-nose resuscitation on a boxer last Saturday during a obedience class after the dog suffered a seizure.
Ron Pace, the owner of Canyon Crest K9 Training Center in Tacoma, has become a viral hit on YouTube and TV news since he did CPR and mouth-to-nose resuscitation on a boxer last Saturday during a obedience class after the dog suffered a seizure. The Olympian
Ron Pace, the owner of Canyon Crest K9 Training Center in Tacoma, has become a viral hit on YouTube and TV news since he did CPR and mouth-to-nose resuscitation on a boxer last Saturday during a obedience class after the dog suffered a seizure. The Olympian

Video-recorded CPR rescue of boxer leads to Internet fame for Tacoma-area dog trainer

March 10, 2011 10:28 AM

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