Pet First Aid is the immediate care given to a pet who is injured or suddenly taken ill.
All human medicines will work on pets if you adjust the dosage for their weight.
As a general rule, normal temperature for dogs and cats range from 101° to 102.5° F.
The RECOVER Initiative states the ability to perform CPR is best learned in a training with hands-on skills practice.
Rescue breathing is warranted when your pet has no heart beat and no breathing.
The Primary Pet Assessment takes several minutes and includes skills/techniques of Pet CPR, First Aid and Rescue Breathing.
If you suspect your pet is poisoned, it's more important to immediately get your pet to the vetinarian than to know what or how much was ingested.
Constricting Hand on dogs and cats is a protocol to control bleeding.
The Black Widow Spider bite is virtually harmless to cats.
Death by poisoning is one of the least common preventable pet accidents.
Baby snake venom is as venomous as their parent's venom.
Cherry pits are NOT one of the many plant parts that are poisonous to your pets.