Dog health emergencies can be expensive. Don’t let cost keep you from providing the best care for your furry best friend.
Dog Medical Emergency
How can you provide the best care for your dog when they need you the most during a dog medical emergency?
Fortunately, most of your dog's health issues will be minor. Whether your dog ate something that upsets his tummy, cuts a paw, or fails to drink enough water, you can keep most of what you need to soothe them in a first aid kit.
Trust your instincts, and if your dog is behaving oddly, pay attention. If you're ever in doubt, call your vet.
If your dog is in an accident, assess your dog’s injuries, and start first-aid. Take your dog to an emergency vet for serious injuries.
When an emergency strikes, it can be helpful to follow a step-by-step list of things you should do when your dog needs immediate care.
Responsible dog owners keep a pet first aid kit ready, so they can keep their dogs as happy, healthy, and safe as possible.
Pet emergency plan: Before disaster strikes, be sure to include your dog in your emergency evacuation plans.
Plan ahead so you are ready in a dog medical emergency. Prepare a first aid kit, trust your instincts and be ready for the most dangerous moments.