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Archive for August 2015

Respiratory Emergencies


Canine Snout Image Courtesy of Preventing pets from chewing or swallowing foreign objects cannot always be possible. Do you know what do in the event of a pet respiratory emergency? Here are the basics that could save their life.  Signs Collapse, weakness, bluish or gray gum color, rapid or shallow breathing. Action Call and…

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Neurological Emergency


Signs of a Neurological Emergency Some of the clinical signs of a neurological emergency include an inability to use limb(s), unable to stand, circling, seizures, head tilt, and general abnormal behavior.   Action If your pet starts to show signs of a neurological emergency, seek veterinary care immediately. Neurological diseases are difficult to treat and…

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Pet Poisonings


Overview You may be surprised to learn that poisoning is a common occurrence in pets. Knowing the signs of common pet emergencies such as any poison-related emergency and what you can do to alleviate your pet’s pain is an important safety precaution to take.

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How To Move Injured Pets


Basic Tips for Helping Injured Pets Before attempting to move your pet, here are a few basic things to know: ‚ÄčEven the gentliest pet when injured can become aggressive, bite, or scratch out of fear and pain. Be sure to muzzle your pet or have someone restrain the head. Check the limb for open wounds…

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