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A veterinarian examines a cat and demonstrated why emergency pet care with worth the cost.

Why Emergency Pet Care is Worth The Cost

By Pet Emergency

As a pet owner, you strive to provide your beloved furry companions with the best care. From routine check-ups to ensuring their well-being, you do your best to keep them healthy and happy. However, emergency care is one aspect of pet care that often gets overlooked. Emergency situations can arise unexpectedly, and being prepared for them can significantly affect our…

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A dog is at an emergency vet getting taken care of for the most common pet emergencies.

6 Most Common Pet Emergencies

By Pet Emergency

As a pet owner, your pet’s well-being is naturally of top importance. You spend time caring for your pet, providing them with what they need, and enjoying quality moments with them. Part of caring for your beloved pet is knowing what to do in case of an emergency. Learn about some of the most common pet emergencies that call for…

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Signs a pet invested a foreign object. Dog in pain lying down at emergency vet office

Common Signs Your Pet Ingested a Foreign Object

By Pet Emergency

As a pet owner, you’ve likely returned home at some point to find signs that your pet was mischievous while you were away – tipped-over trash cash, an open cabinet door, or a bite-size chunk or two missing from your favorite house plant. So, you put on your investigator hat and do your best to assess the clues and recreate…

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Pet is having a seizure lethargic dog laying on its side

Signs Your Pet Is Having a Seizure

By Pet Emergency

Seizures can be common among humans — and dogs, too. Wondering if your pet is having a seizure? There are signs, but it may help to know if your pet has a predisposition for seizure activity. While it is still possible for pets to have a one-time, unanticipated seizure, there are also some things that owners can do to assist their…

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What Causes Dog Seizures?

By Pet Emergency

Dog seizures can be triggered by several factors, including heat exhaustion and epilepsy. Some dogs will quickly recover from a seizure and never experience another. In fact, ‘one-off’ seizures with no apparent explanation are quite common. However, other dogs may continue to experience seizures over their lifetimes.  What Do Dog Seizures Look Like? Some canine seizures are more obvious than…

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Six Tips for Preparing for Pet Loss

Six Tips for Preparing for Pet Loss

By Pet Care, Pet Emergency, Pet Health

Our cherished pets are a constant source of unconditional love, companionship, and entertainment. However, there’s a big price to pay for such joy – our pets’ life spans are generally much shorter than ours. Dying is not something we like to talk about, and we find it hard to face the idea that our beloved pets won’t be around forever. To…

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What is Bloat and Why is it so Serious?

What is Bloat and Why is it So Serious?

By Pet Emergency, Pet Health

  Many physical disorders and injuries can be life-threatening to your dog. However, there is a particularly dangerous condition that ranks as number one in terms of how fast it progresses and how much effort is required for emergency treatment. This condition is known as gastric dilatation and volvulus, or, more simply, bloat. What is Bloat? If a dog’s stomach…

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