Pets adopted from shelters and rescues often come from unknown backgrounds, which can a layer of uncertainty when vetting them. We’ve outlined a few to consider:
Having a first aid kit ready for your pet is crucial when minutes count and ensures you can deal with minor pet emergencies. You should review and update your pet's first aid kit semi-annually to make sure it has the necessary supplies.
The Veterinary Ultrasound Society recognizes and promotes the importance of ultrasound in checking your pet’s health. Diagnosing is easier when your veterinarian can see what is going on inside your pet’s body. An ultrasound can make treatments more accurate. Knowing why your pet would need an ultrasound can help prepare your pet for the next appointment. Here are the details.
It does not matter if it is a complicated surgery or routine procedure; knowing that your canine companion needs an operation can be a stressful and upsetting time. Fortunately, knowing what to expect and how to prepare your dog can make the entire process easier. There is a lot of information to remember, but your veterinarian at East Texas Pet Emergency Clinic will give you instructions.
If you have a pet or plan to adopt one, you need to know what to expect. You should be prepared to deal with any pet health issues that may arise when they are under your care. It can be hard to determine when your pet’s health issue is life-threatening and when you need emergency treatment.