Summitt en Video of dog's CPR rescue could be used for teaching <p></p><p>A Pierce County dog trainer is fielding heaps of praise for saving the life of Sugar, a 4-year old boxer. &nbsp;The <a href="">animal collapsed during a training class </a>Saturday. &nbsp;Ron Pace said when he saw the animal fall, his instincts took over, according to the News Tribune&#39;s Sara Schilling:</p><blockquote><p>Pace, 54, who owns Canyon Crest K9 Training Center in the Summit/Waller Road area, used a version of CPR to get Sugar breathing again...</p></blockquote><p>It took about two minutes of steady massage to the dogs chest, and a couple of breaths into the animal&#39;s mouth, to help bring Sugar around, to the delight and relief of the dog&#39;s owner, Tiffany Kauth of Bremerton.</p><p> Thu, 10 Mar 2011 21:29:50 +0000 KPLU News Staff 971 at