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Do not endanger yourself. If possible, remove the animal from the water.
Signs of severe heatstroke are rapid panting, wide eyes, staggering, and weakness.
For low voltage shocks in the home, do not touch your pet until you have turned off the electrical source.
Hit by car
Do not panic. Let the animal see you approach. Avoid making any sudden movements or loud noises.
If your pet ever has a seizure, call the veterinarian about how to handle the immediate situation.
How to handle a canine medical emergency
The single most important thing you will need: a clear level head. Stay calm!
Shock is a physiological phenomenon that results in cardiovascular collapse.
Nosebleeds in pets are usually caused by injury, infection, bleeding disorders, foreign objects, or tumors.
Urinary tract blockage
Straining and crying while posturing to urinate without the production of urine constitutes an emergency.
Record what and how much your pet ingested or was in contact with.
Any pet that eats grass will probably vomit the grass and stomach contents. Grass has no food or medicinal value whatsoever to a dog or cat and can cause gastrointestinal tract irritation or bleeding.
Innocent though they may seem, puncture wounds need to be treated with caution.
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With record temperatures around the country, it is important to keep your dogs in mind when it comes to keeping cool.
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