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Archive for September 2015

Eye Emergencies in Pets

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Common clinical signs of an eye emergency include squinting, discharge/tearing, redness, swelling, bleeding, different pupil size.

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Ear Emergencies in Pets

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Common clinical signs of an ear emergency include scratching at ears, shaking head, whining, head tilting, swollen/puffy ear flap, strange odor or discharge from ear(s).

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Air Travel With Pets


Air travel with pets is not without risk. Each month, the U.S. Department of Transportation issues a consumer report on air travel. This report includes sections on lost baggage, overbooking, customer complaints and airline reports of incidents involving the loss, death or injury of pets during transport. Last year, airlines reported a total number of…

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Cardiac Emergency in Pets

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Signs of a Cardiac Emergency Some of the clinical signs of a cardiac emergency include collapse, weakness, exercise intolerance, bluish or gray gum color, and rapid/slow heart rate. Action If your pet starts to show signs of a cardiac emergency, seek veterinary care immediately, as such emergencies are often life threatening. Limit your pet’s activity;…

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