We have made a "Top 10 Emergency Handling Manual" to guide you how to conduct pet first aid. If the little pet at home gets sick or injured...in an emergency, do you know what to do?
When you have any concerns about your pet's health, you should call your veterinarian in time. So keep some phone numbers of nearby hospitals at home~ It's best to inquire about those hospitals that are open 24 hours in advance, so as to avoid nowhere to go to the doctor in case of emergency. The following are recommendations for the ten most common clinical emergencies. We will tell you how to keep your pet comfortable while calling the veterinarian, and how to assist the veterinarian in diagnosis.
Has the pet eaten anything that hasn't been eaten before? Did you come into contact with any new substances or other sick animals? You can provide this information to the veterinarian to help them make a diagnosis.
2,Trauma (car accident, fall, bite or gunshot wound)
Move the pet to a safe place and call your veterinarian immediately. Pets in a state of pain or fear may bite or grab people. If your pet bleeds heavily, use clean cloth or clothing to press on the affected area (unless the blood is flowing from the nose or mouth).
This is a very urgent situation and you need to take your pet to the vet immediately.
Keep your pet as calm as possible and call your veterinarian immediately-at this time your pet is in danger and you need to take it to the veterinarian as soon as possible.
5Abnormal urination (cystitis or dysuria)
Call the veterinarian as soon as possible. Bringing a urine sample or taking a photo of your pet's urine is very helpful to the veterinarian. It is best not to take a urine sample for more than half an hour from collection to delivery.
When you suspect that your pet has eaten toxic substances, do not give your pet any medicine, food or water without authorization. Send the pet to the veterinarian within half an hour. At this time, inducing vomiting may reduce the absorption of the poison. In addition, it is recommended to bring everything that the pet may eat (packaging bags, dirty things, etc.) to the veterinarian. These things are very helpful to the veterinarian's diagnosis and medication selection.
7,Flatulence (or gastric dilation/torsion)
This situation is more likely to occur in large dogs. If your dog has abdominal distension, breathing difficulties, and listlessness (especially after eating or exercising), keep your dog as calm as possible and call the vet immediately. At this time, your pet is in danger and you need to take it to the vet as soon as possible.
Keep the surrounding environment quiet, keep the lights dim, and keep as few people as possible in the room. Prepare a safe and isolated production area for the pet. The delivery bed should be large and comfortable.
Try not to transfer pets, unless the surrounding environment is more complicated and easy to hurt the little ones. Remove anything that might hurt him. Don't try to limit their behavior (trembling, struggling, etc.) or putting anything in their mouth (especially your fingers).
10,Nervous system disorders
Symptoms of neurological disorders include: disorientation, uncoordinated, walking in circles, behavior changes, etc. At this time, keep quiet and avoid any sudden movements. Close all doors and make sure the pet is not in danger of tripping. Record the abnormal behavior of the little guy with a mobile phone and show the video to the veterinarian to help diagnose.