General Health
Emergency Situations Requiring Immediate Veterinary Care

 :: Difficulty breathing: noisy respiration, blue tongue, gasping for breath.
 :: Bleeding that does not stop from any part of the body. Apply pressure with a clean cloth and go!
 :: Bloated or distended abdomen or swollen or painful abdomen with or without vomiting.
 :: Inability to urinate or move bowels but continues to try or has bloody stool or urine or painful
     defecation or urination.
 :: Heatstroke: heavy panting, extreme weakness, body temperature about 104 degrees.
 :: Inability to deliver puppies or kittens, labor contractions for longer than one hour or more than
     15 minutes of labor with the fetus or membrane showing.
 :: Loss of balance or consciousness or seizure, including: tremors, coma, staggering, convulsions,
     sudden blindness, tilting of the head, biting at imaginary objects, sudden changes in disposition such
     as unusual withdrawal or out-of-character aggressiveness.
 :: Pain, severe or continuous.
 :: Major trauma, injury, or shock from falls, vehicle accidents, wounds, cuts, broken bones.
     Signs to look for: weakness, collapse, shallow breathing, rapid heartbeat, bewildered appearance,
     dilated pupils.
 :: Ingested poison. Bring the container of the product or a list of ingredients if you have it.
 :: Penetrating wounds anywhere on the body, but especially in the chest or abdomen.
 :: Vomiting or diarrhea with blood or violent episodes.
 :: Lameness and cannot bear any weight on leg.

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