In Connecticut plan to allow paramedics to treat the dogs from the K9, transporting them in an ambulance

In Connecticut want to introduce a law that will allow the paramedics to treat wounded dogs in the service in K-9, and deliver them by ambulance to the veterinary hospital.

The bill proposed this month a member of Parliament, Brenda merchant and state Senator Tony Hwang. Particularly active was discussed today at the dog’s Day — veterans service K-9.

Today we honor all K9 veterans and working military dogs that put their best paw forward to protect our country. 🇺🇸 🐾 #NationalK9VeteransDay

— WWP (@wwp) March 13, 2019

Now officers are allowed to give first aid to their colleagues from K-9 on the spot and transport them if necessary, using police cars. If the law is adopted, the dogs injured in the line of duty, will be able to get professional help that will increase their chances of survival and early recovery after injury.

Always a great day hangin’ with @FPDCT K9 Jake! 🐾

A proposed bill would allow EMTs to treat & transport K9s injured on the job to a vet hospital.

That story starting at 12:30 on @News12CT

— Lauren Fabrizi (@LaurenFabrizi) March 12, 2019

Of course, people’s lives will remain a priority. Transport of a dog in an ambulance will only take place if there would be wounded people in need of medical assistance.

Today we salute all the courageous dogs of war. 🇺🇸#K9VeteransDay

— Folds of Honor (@FoldsofHonor) March 13, 2019

This bill was presented this month at a hearing of the public health Committee.

Once the bill is approved, it will be considered by the government and the Senate. And only if they too accept him, the law will be taken to the Governor.