Pet care goes beyond the basics of food and shelter; it extends to maintaining your furry friend’s hygiene for their overall well-being. In the realm…
In times of a medical emergency, it’s critical to know how to respond. This applies not only to humans, but also to pets. Dogs can have allergic reactions, cardiac issues, get into poisonous materials and much more. Giving your fur baby a forever home means you’ll be expected to provide permanent care — even in the event of an accident or emergency. Without being able to speak, animals can still communicate. It’s up to you to recognize the signs that your dog might need emergency care.
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Dog Medical Emergency Guide created by Figo Pet Insurance.