Having a pet health emergency? Contact us!
Pet First Aid ResourcesProviding pet first aid early is crucial for better outcomes in a pet health emergency. Preparing a first aid kit in advance, and reading over the information below will help you feel more confident about the next steps to take if your pet has a health emergency. Remember, staying calm is important for both you and your pet. When providing first aid, be sure that you aren’t putting yourself or your pet in danger when trying to help them.
Resources:Our experienced staff have put together informative guides on the prevention and treatment of pet health emergencies.
- When your pet has an emergency, being prepared is very important. Find supplies at a local pet store using our list to create your own Pet First Aid kit »
- Learn how to apply a basic wound dressing on your pet »
- Keep these pet poisons out of reach of your dogs, cats, birds, and small animals
- Rattlesnakes can induce serious, life-threatening injuries to our pets. There is much we can do to protect our pets from this potentially fatal catastrophe and to provide assistance should the worst happen. Rattlesnake bite prevention and treatment for your pets »
Have you found a healthy or injured stray pet in the Albuquerque area? Find out what to do »
Contact us at (505) 266-7866 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have additional questions or need more information. Our goal is to keep your pets healthy and safe!