Comments on Responding to a Dog’s Medical Emergency

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Elena   Westland, MI

9/5/2011 2:23:05 PM

This was very, very good information to know !

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Holly   Claremont, NH

9/3/2011 1:54:15 PM

Fortunately,as a human nurse, it is nice to know manyof the same techniques apply to nursing our canine friends

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Sabrina   Allentown, PA

7/31/2011 2:29:48 PM

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Mozart/Care   Ballston Spa, NY

7/31/2011 1:40:30 PM

Hope people really realize the dangers...and wish more ice cream shops became more dog friendly and offer the option of plain yogurt for our fur
friends.
I have made the suggestion to our local shops
about
those of us who travel. Beginning to get a positive response.

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Person   Place, MN

7/2/2011 7:41:59 AM

Willy Wonka, do you even have an account on dog channel? They should kick you off if you do because you are being a brat to everybody. You should go to college to get brains into your dumb head. I don't care that your dog could swallow a dairy queen blizzard either (I doubt you have a dog).

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Reply to Willy Wonka   Chocolate Factory, YT

6/20/2011 10:41:13 AM

Chocolate contains theobromine, which is potentially toxic to dogs when given a substantial amount. This amount varies depending on the size of the dog.

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DogChannel Web Editor   Irvine, CA

6/20/2011 10:38:36 AM

Thanks for the question Willy Wonka- as mentioned in the article, chocolate is toxic to dogs! While we are sure many people enjoy your products, they are at this time only safe for humans. We look forward to the day the Umpa Lumpas develop a candy that is dog friendly too!

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Willy Wonka   Chocolate Factory, YT

6/17/2011 11:36:26 AM

why the hell can't you give chocolate to your dog?

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Toshender   milpitas, CA

2/12/2011 7:57:00 AM

Excellent Info.

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hannah   somewhere, TN

2/11/2011 4:25:49 PM

aleve and asprin are good for dogs? I never would have known that. thanks for the imformation! :)

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Linda   Mullica Hill, NJ

1/23/2011 8:59:15 AM

I would of never thought about giving my dog hydrogen peroxide in this situation. Awesome info!

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CC   Duncan, BC

11/13/2010 10:16:56 AM

Have Loved this quiz. Informative and educational. Good thing I kept my day job. Would not make a terrific vet. 3/5 :o

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Brian   Holland, OH

10/14/2010 7:30:35 AM

Good info. Well done

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Shirley Hadenfeldt   Springville, IA

8/1/2010 2:08:16 PM

Great quizz

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Amy   Pittsfield, NH

7/20/2010 7:13:28 AM

Overall good info although I have two comments. Case #1 bakers chocolate - best to call the vet to check if inducing vomiting is the best action (there are some ingestions where inducing vomiting can cause more harm) and to get correct dose and frequency of peroxide use (unless your pet is a repeat offender and you feel comfortable with the
procedure!)
Case #4 Over the counter anti-inflammatories. No Tylenol. Although probably okay for short term use in dogs, people tend to treat their cats like small dogs and Tylenol is fatal to cats.

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Margarita   WA, WA

6/28/2010 12:11:48 PM

good hints

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paul   germantown, WI

5/18/2010 9:04:32 AM

good reminders

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Melissa   Farmington, NM

5/11/2010 8:29:02 AM

Good to know!

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jennifer   billings, MT

4/27/2010 11:17:54 AM

I feel that I answered the questions correctly. The first one I got wrong. I would just take the dog to the vet, not make it throw up.

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Donnarose   Signal Hill, CA

4/18/2010 1:46:14 AM

I answered B on
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B on
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D on
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C on
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A on 5.

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