Emergency Care

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.

Poinsettias aren't poisonous for dogs, but they may upset the tummy.

Are Poinsettias Poisonous to Dogs?

Are Poinsettias Poisonous to dogs? The quick answer is no, although dogs may suffer from mild gastrointestinal upset if they swallow a leaf.  Depending on the dog’s size and how much they actually swallow, they might feel unwell with gastrointestinal upset.  If you have a small dog with a weird taste for the plant, your …

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5 Symptoms of Bloat in Dogs

Symptoms of bloat in dogs appear in deep chested, large dogs like German Shepherds and Boxers.Symptoms of bloat in dogs occur in three phases: Phase One — Serious! (1) Attempts to vomit but is not producing anything. This happens because the stomach is actually twisted inside and nothing can be expelled.  This is very painful …

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Dog Prozac Aggression FAQ’s

Dog Prozac aggression can mean two things.  1) It might be that your dog has become aggressive because of Prozac (rare)  2) It can also mean that your dog is being treated for aggressive behavior. Please read my privacy policy and disclaimer.This post contains affiliate links. If you are afraid your dog is going to hurt someone, you …

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