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Recognizing Signs of Respiratory Distress in Pets: When Breathing Trouble Requires Emergency Care

Respiratory distress in pets can be caused by various underlying conditions, which may require immediate veterinary attention. Several common causes of respiratory distress in pets include:

Heatstroke and Cold Weather Safety for Senior Pets
January 02, 2024

As the years pass, our pets' bodies change. Their metabolism slows down, their immune system becomes less robust, and they might not be as physically active as they used to be. These changes can make them more vulnerable to diseases and conditions that they might have easily overcome in their younger years.

Recognizing Summer Toxins and Gastrointestinal Emergencies
September 5, 2023

The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals reminds pet parents to be aware of gastrointestinal emergencies and toxins this summer. Recognizing them can save your pet’s life. It can even help you create a safe haven for your pet during the hot months.

Pet Respiratory Distress: Symptoms, Causes, and First Aid
July 31, 2023

No pet parent wants to deal with an emergency with their furry friend. Unfortunately, accidents and emergencies happen, regardless of all the precautions you take. Knowledge of basic first aid can mean the difference between life and death.

Handling Common Emergencies: A Pet First Aid Guide
April 17, 2023

First aid can save your pet’s life in an emergency. If your pet stops breathing, is choking, or suffers an injury, first aid can reduce pain and suffering. However, your actions should not be a substitute for getting veterinary care. 

Is There Such A Thing As A Dental Emergency?
February 28, 2023

When it comes to urgent and emergent dental care, we have three primary goals 1) Managing Pain 2) Preventing, Treating, or Controlling Infection, and 3) Stabilizing any trauma until it can be surgically managed by a primary care veterinarian or boarded veterinary dental specialist. There are some surgical issues that can be dealt with entirely at the ER, but more commonly they require additional or more in depth care. 

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