Pet emergencies are scary just because they are emergencies and in general they happen with no warning. Even worse is when they happen at night or on the weekend when your regular vet is often not easily available. Or if you live too far away to make a trip to the vet’s office easily and quickly enough. What do you do then?
Do you have a pet first aid kit and know how to use it? Do you know the basics about pet first aid? Poisonings, cuts, abscesses, wounds, bites, etc. Will you have the time to look it up online and hope you come across the right information quickly enough?
Like I said, scary!
This is something we all hope we never have the need to know but what if you do? Do you have a comprehensive manual on pet first aid at home that you can access quickly? It can make a difference.
For me, it wasn’t something I ever really used to think about until I started getting questions about this and that regarding animals and didn’t know what to say. So I started researching and writing articles to cover the basics here and I know that people find the info useful because they tell me so.
Now, not being a vet or medically trained I often worry about passing along advise aside from the most basic accepted information so I wanted to find a resource that I could pass along for those that wanted to have it on hand for emergencies to take care of their furbabies and I found one that I have used and referred to time and time again.
It’s called Pet First Aid Secrets and it’s a 290 page information packed book. I have it so I know. It covers everything from the basics like diarrhea and vomiting to CPR, from bleeding and abscesses to fractures and even skunk spaying and porcupine quills. It also covers other things like handling cancer and diabetes, seizures and electrical shock.
If you ever worry about what you would do in the case of a pet emergency, I highly recommend you take a few minutes and at least check it out. The life you save may be your pet’s.
Check it out now
For your pet’s sake, don’t wait til it’s too late!