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How To: Perform emergency CPR and first aid on a pet dog

Dogs can choke or find themselves in emergency situations and require urgent medical assistance. While a veterinary aid is still mandatory, these CPR and first aid measures can be life-saving in a crucial moment. Watch this video tutorial and learn how to save a pet dog's, or cat's, life by CPR and first aid medical techniques.

How To: Make emergency snowshoes

Knowing how to build a makeshift pair of snowshoes can help you walk to safety if you get caught in deep snow. You will need tree branches, and string, cord or fabric strips. Fir branches work best for snowshoes; spruce, pine and willow are good, too.

How To: Prepare a winter emergency car kit

It is a compulsory work for every one who owns cars to arrange emergency kits for the car. For the first step, you should keep food items like water and food material. Keep the emergency book which contains what to do when a car goes into repair. Then carry a radium type object which will shine in the night during the repairing of the car. Then arrange the emergency lights near the back part of the car for repairing of the car.

How To: Pronounce emergency related words in Thai

Check out this Thai language tutorial that teaches you how to say emergency related words in Thai. This lesson includes useful phrases and words for traveling in Thailand. Make sure you know these and enjoy the Thai culture, beaches and company of Thai people. Practice your Thai language skills and learn how to pronounce emergency related vocabulary words in Thai with this instructional language video!

How To: Make an emergency magnifier

Forgot your glasses? Can't read the print? You can use a technology that has been studied for over a millennium! By making pinholes in a piece of tape, make an emergency magnifier. Watch this video survival training and learn how to make a simple magnifying glass.

How To: Drive safe and deal with emergency stops (Ford DSFL)

What do you know about braking in an emergency situation? If you're not even sure what kind of brakes you have on your car or truck, then you need to do some research. Learn how to drive safe and deal with emergency stops (Ford DSFL). A professional driver explains the differences between braking with Antilock Braking Systems (ABS) and standard braking systems.

How To: Use a shirt as an emergency baby carrier

Need to carry your baby, but don't have your sling or baby kangaroo handy? Then watch this how to video to learn how to use a just about anything as a baby carrier in an emergency. You can use a towel, t-shirt, or a pair of stretch sweat pants. This particular demonstrations shows how to use your shirt to carry your tiny baby during an emergency.

How To: Use a towel as an emergency baby carrier

Need to carry your baby, but don't have your sling or baby kangaroo handy? Then watch this how to video to learn how to use a just about anything as a baby carrier in an emergency. You can use a towel, t-shirt, or a pair of stretch sweat pants. This particular demonstrations shows how to use a towel to carry your baby on your back in any emergency.

How To: Call 911 in case of an emergency

In this emergency preparedness video series, learn what to do when you need to call 911, or even if you call by accident. Our expert, an experienced 911 dispatch operator, Jill Maglione, will tell you what the most important information you need to give is, why you need to give your address, why you may be asked to stay on the line, how to get to the point about what type of emergency you have, how to teach kids to use 911, how to report a car accident, and more tips you need for emergency pr...

How To: Make a home emergency kit

If an emergency arises, will you be prepared? Emergencies can happen anywhere and any time. That's why it pays to be prepared, even in the comfort of your own home or apartment. Find out everything you need to make a home emergency kit.

How To: Make an emergency baby carrier out of sweatpants

Need to carry your baby, but don't have your sling or baby kangaroo handy? Then watch this how to video to learn how to use a just about anything as a baby carrier in an emergency. You can use a towel, t-shirt, or a pair of stretch sweat pants. This particular demonstrations shows how to use a pair of sweatpants to carry your baby on your back in an emergency.

How To: Silence Annoyingly Loud Emergency Alerts on iPhone Without Disabling Them Completely

Emergency alerts are important for keeping us updated on extreme weather, natural disasters, and other important events. They're also super scary when you're not expecting them. These alerts are so loud and intrusive that it's tempting to disable emergency alerts altogether on your iPhone. Luckily, you don't need to do that to preserve your sanity.

How To: Turn a Pair of Pants into a Lightweight Emergency Backpack

If you're an avid camper or hiker, you've probably been in a situation where you've needed a backpack and not had one. Maybe you brought one and it got broken or lost, or maybe your day trip turned into an overnighter. Whatever the reason, if you're in a pinch and have an extra pair of pants, you can turn them into a super lightweight emergency backpack. This trick was thought up by Instructables user Ludvicka and only requires some thick string or cord (besides the pants, of course).

How To: Use Your "Dead" Car Battery to Power Emergency Fans, Lighting, and More!

A common misconception is that all car batteries die. This, in fact, isn't true—the majority of "dead" car batteries just don't contain enough juice to power a car, but they can still provide enough watts to keep emergency fans and lighting running, which is great when a power outage occurs. So, instead of lugging the battery to the nearest drop-off center or just letting it collect dust in the garage, you can put that car battery to good use.

How To: Splint a broken bone in an emergency

This video is about how to splint a broken bone in an emergency situation. You will need two sticks. For a broken arm you will place the sticks on the front and back of the arm. Now tear a shirt, piece of clothing or other cloth into strips. Tightly wrap the strips of cloth around the arm and the sticks on either side of the fracture - near the elbow and near the wrist. If you have a severe break where part of the bone is sticking out through the skin, take two strips of cloth and wrap one at...