“In case of an emergency, keep calm,” is what we have always been advised to do. However, when our furkid is caught in a dire situation, how many of us can actually keep a level head?
As a pet owner, we have to accept that emergencies involving your furry companion is bound to happen at one point or another. In a conversation with three vets from different clinics, it is revealed that some of the typical emergency cases they face are of ingestions of foreign objects or toxic items such as toys, chocolates, and grapes; respiratory, cardiac, or urination issues; traumatic accidents like fights, falls, and road accidents; vomitting and/or diarrhoea; as well as seizures.
If those incidents are as common as stressed by our panel of vets, it is only right for all pet owners to be aware on how to effectively handle such situations.
After all, knowing the right way to respond to such circumstances can sometimes make a difference between life or death.
We all know that prevention is better than cure, but do you know what exactly you can do to deter your pet from getting into such sticky situations in the first place?
Keeping small objects away from the curious little one’s reach is the most obvious measure to keep in mind, but it is not enough to only think of non-edible items as potential threats. Consumables