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Emergency Care is a category that covers the unexpected emergencies that can happen in your dog’s life.

Choking, dealing with poisons and toxins, sudden collapse, broken limbs, and more are covered under this category.

Unfortunately, it might not be obvious that your dog needs emergency care in the beginning. If you ever suspect something is really out of sorts with your dog, be sure to call Poison Control, or your local veterinarian asap.

Meanwhile, if you’re curious or you want to know what to do in case of an emergency, be sure to read the posts here.

Are Lilies Poisonous to Dogs? A Pet Owner’s Guide

If you have a green thumb and furry friends that like to sample your floral bouquets, you might be in for trouble. Many common household plants can pose a risk to our pets. In this post, we’ll be talking about lilies specifically. The risk to dogs comes from eating any “true lily” or plants from …

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Cauda Equina Syndrome in Dogs – 5 Signs You Don’t Want to Miss

Reviewed by: Paula Simons, DVM Cauda equina syndrome is a slow-progressing disease that causes severe back pain in dogs. Degenerative changes in the vertebrae cause severe compression of the spinal nerve roots. This compression of nerve roots creates severe and painful inflammation that prevents your dog from raising his/her tail. Dogs with this condition will …

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Serotonin Syndrome in Dogs – 5 Best Ways to Reduce the Risk (in 2023)

Is your dog on an antidepressant? If so, you may have heard about the risks of serotonin syndrome in dogs. It’s not unusual for dogs with separation anxiety, compulsive disorders or behavioral issues to be prescribed antidepressant medication. Although antidepressants were originally prescribed to people, veterinary medicine has been using them to treat various conditions …

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