Our handy infographic illustrates the top ten most common emergency situations that we see at Vets Now with advice on how you can keep your pet comfortable whilst you call your vet and actions you can take to assist your vet with the diagnosis.
Puppy CPR. Not that I ever ever want to have to do this.
Treat your dog to an ice-cold snack on a hot summer day with a homemade frozen treat. Whether your dog loves peanut butter, pumpkin or yogurt, or likes to lick his way through a block of frozen cottage cheese to find the tasty square of cheddar in the middle, he'lll enjoy cooling off with his very own icy, protein-packed snack.
It's always good to check your dog for lumps and bumps. Checking about once a month is a good goal. But there are other things you can watch for, too. These don't necessarily mean cancer (they could be any number of things), but if you have any suspicions, it's good to get it looked at. 1 in 4 dogs will die from cancer according to my friends at Morris Animal Foundation. A sad statistic. Hope this diagram comes in handy for you. #pethealth #doghealth #cancerprevention #dogs