Wrap a towel around the wound and apply direct pressure & call 1+ (800) Ambu-Vet or email email@example.com for emergency, professional transport in our care to the closest Veterinary Clinic or Pet Hospital.
Visit website of Animal Poison Control Center (APCC) "Pet Hazard Info" to review poisons & symptoms. You may call the ASPCA 24-hour diagnostic hotline at 1+ (888) 426-4435 to help you decide if you need immediate help.
Withhold food & offer small, frequent amounts of water to avoid dehydration. After 12 hours introduce soft bland foods: boiled rice, boiled chicken, or cottage cheese. Fast breathing, dark (tar) or bloody stool or urine, fainting, or lasts more than 24 hours seek treatment.
Never administor medication, in any quantity, without Veterinary advice. Cough drops, cough syrup & Ibuprofen can all be toxic to animals. Visit website of Animal Poison Control Center (APCC) "Medication" or call the ASPCA 24-hour diagnostic hotline at 1+ (888) 426-4435 for advice.
Causes for vomiting include: head injury, meals, dizziness/ vertigo, groin pain, fever, stiff neck & headaches. Withhold food & offer small, frequent amounts of water to avoid dehydration. If the Vomiting persists while withholding food, call 1+ (800) Ambu-Vet for immediate transport.
You can take your pet's temperature with a Vaseline-lubricated rectal thermometer. The normal temperature range for a cat or dog is from 100 to 102.5F. Temperatures over 104 degrees need prompt medical attention. Call 1+ (800) Ambu-Vet for immediate transport.
Small frequent urination and straining can be a sign of a urinary tract infection. See your veterinarian today if there is blood in your pet's urine. If your male cat seems to be trying to urinate and nothing is produced, this is a sign of a possible blockage and is an emergency.
First Aid is only a temporary measure until you can get to the vet. Problems that worsen over several hours and/or are accompanied by pain, weakness, difficulty breathing, bleeding, and/or vomiting can be serious; you must take your pet in for treatment.
Watch for Warning Signs, like those listed here. If you observe any of these symptoms it is important that your pet receive urgent care today. Call 1-800 AmbuVet daytime or night - Open 24 Hours, for immediate & safe consultation/ transport to the nearest veterinarian.