How to Deal with Common Pet Emergencies

Gaye LevyGaye Levy | Updated Jan 12, 2015 (Orig - Oct 8, 2013)

 

 

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Updated Jan 12, 2015
Published Oct 8, 2013

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7 Responses to “How to Deal with Common Pet Emergencies”

  1. This is a great article. Those of us with furry children are always trying to include them in our prepping plans. Thank you!

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  2. I ALWAYS kept charcoal biscuits in the cupboard for my dogs. First sign of an upset tummy they would get one, and it would almost always calm the situation. They are hard to find these days in stores, but on line retailers should still carry them.
    I had NO luck with rescue remedy, but some folks swear by it!
    ‘Puppy (or dog) proofing’ your house or yard should be no different than baby proofing. Pick up or put away ANYTHING that they could get into/eat etc that they shouldn’t. It’s just part of being a responsible pet owner. And please, spay and/or neuter your pets!! 🙂

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  3. For those interested in the next step…. American Red Cross offers a course in Pet Rescue….

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    • Interested in dog first aid cpr . We are in the mountains and swim a lot I have a 1 year old lab

  4. Another item to have on hand is the correct size E-collar. These are vital to keep your pet from doing more harm when injured.

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  5. The good thing iis that many allergens are cleared from the air by the end
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    with the treatment on a normal basis. Many others however, have
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