Injured Dog in Road

Emergency First Aid For Dogs: Treatment Of Shock

Your dog can easily go into a state of shock, caused by any amount of pain, toxin, or injury. And when it comes to the treatment of shock, veterinarians are not in full agreement as to the term “treat for shock.” One side states that treating for canine shock includes the administration of intravenous fluids,…

Coughing Dog

Emergency First Aid For Dogs: Symptoms Of Shock

I’ll never forget my very first dog. Her name was Scarlet and she was the most well-behaved Golden Retriever anyone has ever seen. Loving, kind, playful and obedient – Scarlet was supposed to last forever – at least in my young mind. But my worst nightmare happened as I never expected to see her lying…

Checking a Dog's Pulse Rate

What To Do If You Find An Injured Dog

If you were to ever be the first person to arrive on the scene after a dog has been injured, are you prepared with the necessary steps to take? The following article will help you become educated as to handling an emergency situation with a dog who has been in an accident. First, Assess The…

Injured Dog in Crate

How To Transport An Injured Dog To Safety

When coming upon an injured dog at the scene of an accident, it must be transported out of the area immediately and back to safer ground.  This process can be a bit complicated if you do not know what you are doing in terms of evaluating the dog’s injuries and whether or not you have…

Choking Dog

How To Save A Choking Dog

Dogs sometimes have a bad habit of putting anything they find inside their mouths.  Actually, let me correct that statement, dogs always seem to find a way to put objects in their mouth that do not belong there! They tend to pick up all types of stuff, ranging from balls to rocks, small toys to…

Dog First Aid Kit

Necessary First Aid Items For Your Dog

No matter how safe and cautious you are with your dog, accidents are bound to happen. Sometimes no amount of preventive measures can stop dogs from, well – being dogs. Their impetuous nature makes them somewhat vulnerable to getting hurt and injured. That is why it is up to you, his owner, to provide him…