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How to Deal with Dog Emergencies - Learn First Aid for Your Dog and Identify Serious Major Health Problems
     

How to Deal with Dog Emergencies - Learn First Aid for Your Dog and Identify Serious Major Health Problems

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by James Doocy
 
There is nothing worse than watching your dog suffer and not have any idea what is wrong. Is it something minor or is it

something worse? Bad meat, snake or insect bite, rat poison? What you know or don't know about emergency first aid for your

dog could cost him his life. Are you prepared to stand by and watch your dog die?

The first five

Overview

There is nothing worse than watching your dog suffer and not have any idea what is wrong. Is it something minor or is it

something worse? Bad meat, snake or insect bite, rat poison? What you know or don't know about emergency first aid for your

dog could cost him his life. Are you prepared to stand by and watch your dog die?

The first five minutes after your dog becomes ill or gets injured is the most critical time. Don't stand by and watch your

dog die in your arms from something that could have been prevented if only you knew what was wrong and how to make it

better.

Your dog can't tell you what's wrong with him, he can only give you clues. It's up to you to make a quick diagnosis and to

take those critical first aid steps. Are you up to the job?

Twice as many dogs die from accidents or illness than from old age.

If your dog was bitten by a snake or a poisonous insect, or if he ate something bad, got hit by a car, or passed out from

dehydration or heat stroke -- would you know what to do? Would you be in a position to take those critical first aid steps

in the first 5 minutes? Or would you stand by helplessly and watch your dog die?

Don't let your dog become a victim. Learn the basic elements of Canine First Aid in about as much time as it will take you

to read the Sports Section in tomorrow's newspaper...

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012255099
Publisher:
James Doocy
Publication date:
02/21/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
107 KB

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How to Deal with Dog Emergencies - Learn First Aid for Your Dog and Identify Serious Major Health Problems 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I think it was good for some buddy to give good info