“Gerald Ford sat outside the emergency room at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine’s Small Animal Hospital at 7 a.m. on Christmas and asked God for a miracle. All he wanted was for his 14-month-old black French bulldog, Neo, to come home again.
A team of at least seven veterinarians worked to stabilize Neo, who had been attacked by an animal, likely another small dog or raccoon while wandering Ford’s 12-acre White Springs property. Unfortunately, his heart gave out.
And then it began beating again.
It is rare for an animal to have a successful resuscitation, said Dr. Bobbi Conner, a UF professor and vet specializing in emergency medicine and critical care. Research suggests the animal lives a full, healthy life about 5% of the time after resuscitation.”
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