Comments on Responding to a Dog’s Medical Emergency

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shalen   allentown, PA

8/13/2009 12:21:47 PM

This was a great test.

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Donna   Butler, PA

7/28/2009 9:22:18 AM

Everyone always tells me i over react! (juding by my score, they were right!

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Julie   Murfreesboro, TN

7/19/2009 5:24:45 AM

Very good info!

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Leah   Surrey, BC

7/18/2009 3:47:06 AM

Excellent quiz. I just took and passed my dog safe first aid course. The answers to the questions are very accurate, also is the info you provide to explain the outcome of self conducted first aid. I am pleased that you offer a quiz like this. Knowing what to do in case of an injury is vital to the outcome of your dogs medical emergency. Thank you.

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Janet   Port Richey, FL

6/20/2009 10:03:26 PM

excellent tips, thanks

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Katelyn Boyce   Canandaigua, NY

5/24/2009 1:29:15 PM

some answers are wierd!!!!

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Rachel   Indionapolis, IN

5/16/2009 6:17:38 AM

This was good to know because my dog could have 1 of these things.

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Brian   Babbitt, MN

5/11/2009 10:11:49 AM

very good advice, i really learned a lot from this thank you

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Lori   La Mirada, CA

5/3/2009 11:21:22 AM

very good advice - thank you! My dogs are very important to me and I would hope if something happens I will know what to do.

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Kristen   Seattle, WA

5/1/2009 11:50:28 AM

This was very helpful for me thanks for your
info.

P.S. This has made my knowledge increase by 5%

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Melvin   detroit, MI

4/24/2009 1:54:26 PM

It's always good to know what to do in emergencies. Human or animal. I liked the article thought it was very informative.

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Quanique   Nashville, TN

4/19/2009 1:09:37 PM

This a great way for beginning pet owners to have the knowledge for their first aid kit items. It's also a good way to teach future veterinarians on problems they can solve when their not true professionals.

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katrina   columbia, IA

4/17/2009 6:07:18 PM

i answered the correct answer on all but
one(5.)
this is a really good quiz

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Tina   Corvallis, OR

4/9/2009 11:13:36 AM

Great information, I was suprised at what I didn't know

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Susan   Glendale, AZ

4/5/2009 3:30:24 PM

Great information.

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Lisa   Canyon Country, CA

4/2/2009 2:59:18 PM

Jennifer (Merced) You rock. That is awsome that you rescued Kello. I volunteer on animal rescues and it still surprises me how cruel humans can be to defenseless animals. All of my dog are rescues.May the dog gods smile on you
always.
The article was informative . I go every year to the Red Cross and get recertified in animal first aid and cpr.

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Terry   Houston, TX

3/30/2009 8:15:27 AM

Very informative! As a nurse I can see doing all these things for my "4-legged children". Can you please run an article on CPR on dogs. THis is also very helpful and can you please run one on keeping our 4-legged friends since the summer months are right around the corner! Thanks again for such interesting and informative articles!

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jennifer   merced, CA

3/23/2009 9:27:29 PM

when we rescued keilo it was from a drug addicted who gave him a large dose of meth to see how he would reacted to the drug also he had parvo he was only bout 3months old he was so skinny and shaking i keep fluid in him and got him to the vet immedatily thank goodness they were able to save him

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Linda   Corpus Christi, TX

3/18/2009 6:04:52 PM

Thank you this was very informative. I had a medical emergency at one time, with one of my pups, at 2:00 am, and I had to take him to the vet that was open after hours. He was throwing up and couldn't stop going to the bathroom coming out of both ends, and I called the vet and they told me to at first give him baby benadryl, and baby electrolyte. After I gave it to him, it still didn't help much, so that's when I had to take him to the vet and they gave him a some shots and some antibiotics. He was not suppose to eat dog food for a few weeks, he had to eat chicken and rice with some juice from the chicken. I fed him that 3 times a day until he felt better or I started to mix it in his food, then started to give him his regular pup food little at a time, but sure was glad that I did take him to the vets, because I probably would of lost him. Now he's healthy and a happy pup. Almost a yr old.

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Brynna   London, KY

3/6/2009 1:51:40 PM

I hope that i never have to use any of these tips, but they will come in handy if i need them.

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