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Lacerations

Lacerations, or cuts, happen to the best of us and the same can be said for our dogs. Sometimes all of the wrong circumstances come

Fever

Normally, a dog’s temperature would range from 99.5 °F to 102 °F. Animals have a thermoregulatory center in the brain which regulates body temperature. This

Lick Sores

Many dogs suffer from something commonly known as lick sores, also called acral lick dermatitis or lick granuloma. This is a condition that develops due

First aid kit

Just as with humans, having the capability to administer first aid can mean the recovery and survival of the pet dog. A pet owner can

Limping

Limping is something that many dogs will experience one time or another. What you need to do is look into the limping to try to

Fishhook Wounds

No matter how careful a pet owner may be accidents still happen. Dogs are most suitable companions in outdoor activities. Unfortunately, dogs are inquisitive by

Moving an injured dog

It would be quite natural for owners to panic if they see that their pet dog is injured. The first reaction would be to rush

Fly Bites

As humans, we know how painful and itchy fly bites can be, so you have to assume that your dog would feel the same way.

Nose bleed

Bleeding from the nose is known as Epistaxis. In human nose bleeding is not really serious and non-life threatening as although it would seem that

Fractures

There is nothing worse than a fractured bone in any part of your body, and your dog would tell you the same thing if you

Frostbite

Many people forget that their pets are just as susceptible to the cold as they are. So often we assume that because they have fur

Gunshot Wound

No one likes to think that their dog will ever suffer from a gunshot wound, but it happens, and it happens more often than most