Dr. Sherry Weaver

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.

If bleeding is severe, apply at tourniquet between the wound and the heart. Avoid bandages that cut off circulation. Keep the animal as warm and quiet as possible. Call your veterinarian immediately.

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