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Nobody wants to get caught off-guard by an emergency. Luckily, we have the information you need to be better prepared for when the unexpected happens.
Ask your vet about an emergency protocol, especially if your clinic isn’t available 24/7.
Handle an injured pet with caution. Even the sweetest dog or cat can act out when hurt.
Try to keep your cool, so you can think clearly and avoid upsetting your pet even more.
Have a pet first-aid kit ready. See below for a full list of what you may need according to ASPCApro.
Our plans cover injuries, like broken bones, swallowed objects, car accidents and bite wounds.
title: Pet First-Aid Basics
author: Heather M.