When Do YOU Try to Treat Your Dog At Home and When Do You Call The Vet?

When Do YOU Try to Treat Your Dog At Home and When Do You Call The Vet?

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When to Treat Your Dog At Home and When To Call The Vet

When you have a dog, emergencies can happen at any time. Some are very minor and can be managed with at-home first aid but some are urgent, and without treatment your dog could die.

The American Kennel Club recently published an article to help guide dog owners through a few common emergencies. It also tells you when you should call the vet. This is incredibly important information to have. To read it visit When to Treat Your Dog at Home and When to Call the Vet.

You will find out when you need to worry about:

  • Eye problems
  • Vomiting and diarrhea
  • Bloat
  • Allergic reactions

    I hope this information will help keep your dog healthy. It really is worth a few minutes of your time.

    Here is another excellent article – 21 Symptoms You Should Never Ignore in Your Dog. This lists the 21 most common problems that veterinarians will worry about and encourage you to bring your dog to them for evaluation.

    By the way – When something happens to your dog, knowing what to do can make a huge difference. Here are 2 more good articles that can help:

  • Tips on What Should Be in Your Dogs Medicine Cabinet
  • How to Make a First Aid Kit that Could Save Your Dogs Life

    I hope these tips help your dog.

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