Caring for your dog doesn’t only involve feeding, grooming, exercise, and ensuring that your dog has suitable space for living and running around. It extends to dog emergencies.
Dog care also extends to health care, and perhaps even more importantly, keeping your dog safe from mishaps, and educating yourself so you’ll know exactly what to do for your dog’s care if an unexpected event, or even an emergency, happens.
Knowing what to do for your dog in various emergency situations is always useful – in fact, on occasion it could actually be life saving.
Here are some useful tips on what to do if your dog has injured himself and has a bleeding wound.
A large number of pet owners (probably a large majority, actually) have no idea about this life threatening condition.
And sadly, by the time some pet owners learn about it, it is too late, and they have lost their dog to GDV.
I was just getting ready to go out when I noticed that Kara was stumbling around and seemed a bit disoriented. Then she started dry retching inside the house – this was really unusual because she always runs outside to be sick. Nothing was coming up except some frothy white foam.