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When should I be concerned that my dog or cat is bleeding?
Common Conditions
When should I be concerned that my dog or cat is bleeding?
Most people get queasy at the sight of blood, and for good reason. In both people and animals, bleeding is usually a sign that medical attention is required. Understandably, the sight of your beloved furry companion blee…
December 2, 2020 • 42 shares
Announcing our All-New Symptom Checker and Poisons Guide!
Ask a vet
Announcing our All-New Symptom Checker and Poisons Guide!
If your pet were to be ill, would you know how serious it was? Do you know whether they’d need a vet NOW or if it could wait till tomorrow - or even if it was something you could deal with by yourself? While you could of…
March 29, 2019 • 53 shares • 2 comments
My pet needs to see a vet… but is it an emergency?
Life as vet - what its like
My pet needs to see a vet… but is it an emergency?
Obviously, if you have any doubts - give your vet a ring! There’ll always be someone on duty who will be able to give advice over the phone, even if it isn’t an emergency that needs seeing right now. However, there are o…
September 18, 2017 • 1219 shares • 6 comments
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Don't Panic! - What to do in a Vet Emergency
Thankfully, medical emergencies don’t happen very often with our pets, however, when they do occur they can be very frightening and it is easy to panic when a beloved animal is seriously ill. This article will hopefully…
May 14, 2013 • 35 shares • 2 comments
Horses
Equine ER - Dealing with traumatic injuries
I recently had to stop on the side of the road to help out a family whose trailer had rolled over, trapping their horse inside. By the time I'd got past the queue of stationary holiday traffic, they'd already done the fi…
May 11, 2012 • 7 shares
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