Dr. Sherry Weaver

Do not panic. Let the animal see you approach. Avoid making any sudden movements or loud noises. Speak gently to the animal. Ensure there is no danger of further damage to yourself or pet. Give first aid to any external injuries, minimize movement, and keep the animal warm.

Immediate attention is required. Telephone your vet, and take your pet to the hospital immediately.


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