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Bee Sting/Insect Bite

In some geographic locations, especially the southern states, some insects, such as fire ants, can really create an unpleasant experience for your pet. Read more

Broken Toenail

If you plan on trimming your dog's nails, ask your veterinary staff to show you how to trim nails to keep them close to the quick (live part of the toenail). Read more


Apply firm direct pressure over the area until the bleeding stops. Hold the pressure for at least 10 straight minutes. Continually releasing the pressure to check the wound will hamper the clotting. Read more

Broken Bones

Broken bones in pets can range from being a nuisance to being a life threatening situation, especially if a sharp bone fragment severs an artery. Read more


Small and superficial cuts may heal well by simply rinsing with clean water and applying an antibiotic ointment three times daily. Read more


Although frostbite is not common in pets it can affect the ear tips, toes and nails. Read more


Do not endanger yourself. If possible, remove the animal from the water. Read more


For low voltage shocks in the home, do not touch your pet until you have turned off the electrical source. Read more

Hit By Car

Do not panic. Let the animal see you approach. Avoid making any sudden movements or loud noises. Read more


Shock is a physiological phenomenon that results in cardiovascular collapse. Read more
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