Comments on Responding to a Dog’s Medical Emergency

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Stacy   Bel Air, MD

8/21/2008 5:13:20 AM

I did very well I used to work in a vets office. After a medical emergerncy or injury you should always call or go to you vet before giving you pet any meds.

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Carol   Bergen, NY

8/15/2008 4:34:56 PM

I have a canine first aid kit, plus dog care books and I still was disappointed I didn't know more. My vet is definitely my dogs' best friend.

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Carolle   Frederick, MD

8/14/2008 12:36:18 PM

I did well, but since I teach first aid, I wasn't surprised. I call a Vet before I administer anything we have not specifically discussed for that animal before. Too much of something as inocuous as aspirin can be horrible on their systems.

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karen   LITTLE ROCK, AR

8/14/2008 10:47:25 AM

you should never give your dog asprin cause it causes stomach problems.Your vet can give something like rimadyl for swelling.

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Jane   Gaithersburg, MD

6/6/2008 5:33:57 AM

A dog is a family member - just like a child. He or she should be checked out ASAP by a vet after an injury or medical emergency to make certain the right remedy is administered to him or her. It can be expensive but you knew that when you got your new family member. My opinion - get to the vet after you do what you can speedily.

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Aubrie   Berthoud, CO

5/8/2008 3:52:18 PM

i sure learned something!

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LaLa   salinas, CA

4/22/2008 11:12:20 PM

great article i will print it and keep it for emergency

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Jennifer   Madras, OR

4/22/2008 10:02:24 PM

great article

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Mary   Battle Creek, MI

4/22/2008 5:18:33 PM

Thanks for the information!

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nathan   somewherein, OH

4/22/2008 11:33:45 AM

thanks for the
tips!

John 3:16

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Christy   Covive, CA

4/22/2008 12:16:42 AM

VERY, VERY, VERY USEFUL INFO!!!!!!!

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