The advanced sanitary CPR dog provides each student with their own nosepiece with a one-way valve. The nosepieces and lower airways are disposable. In addition to practice in assisted breathing, students may practice the appropriate rate, pressure, and position of the cardiac massage; and coordinate the respiratory cardiovascular functions. An IV can even be established for more advanced training. The Advanced CPR Dog is connected to a small box that displays a light when the correct ventilation volume is applied, another light indicates the correct position for cardiac massage, a third light indicates correct compression depth, and an audible beep and light indicates excessive pressure is being applied. A visible chest rise appears when correct ventilations are applied. Includes soft carrying case, 10 nosepieces, and three lower disposable airways.