Your dog got her paw cut yesterday should you take her to the vet today?
If it is real deep yes, if not no. Put some triple antibiotic oitment on it and put some gauze over it then wrap in in a bandage.
When it doubt, you should take your dog to a veterinarian. Treatment for a cut is relatively cheap (sick visit, some supplies, maybe some sedation) if it is shallow. If the cut is deep, your dog may need surgery, which you cannot do at home, and if you dog's cut needs surgery, waiting will only make it worse.
What could you do if you were accidentally cut by glass Do you need to take the vaccine not a very deep cut?
I purposely cut myself yes im one of those people yesterday and have to go out of town to visit family on Saturday i can't let them see how do you get a cut to heal quickly?
If it's not spread out over that big an area there's no reason why you can't cover it with a plaster. No one should suspect you done it to yourself! or how about long sleeves? If not, lots of cream (such a Sudocrem or Germoline) should reduce any redness, and make the cut more settled. Hope this helps?!
It depends on how hurt your toddler is and why he or she got hurt. If it is a minor cut or scrape, you can clean it, put a salve that is appropriate for toddlers on it, and cover it with a bandaid. If it is a serious cut, possible break, etc., you should take the toddler to the doctor. If someone hurt the toddler intentionally, you should take steps to protect the toddler from…
A lot depends on the tool you use and how nice of a cut you want. A dull butter knife will take several hours, hurt quite a bit and make it look like you got your hair caught in a blender. With a sharp hair cutting scissor it should only take about 10 to 15 minutes for a satisfactory cut, maybe 30 to 45 minutes for a real nice cut.
The present of cut is cut -- I cut the lawn every weekThe past of cut is cut -- I cut the lawn yesterday The past participle of cut is cut -- I have cut the lawn all my life The present participle of cut is cutting. -- I am cutting the lawn now. The present continuous is formed with -- am/is/are + present participle So for cutting present continuous is -- am cutting, is…
Usually a hamster will not need its claws cutting. It is defiantly advisable to take the hamster to the vets if you think they need cutting. When they are cut they should be cut just above where the pink of the hamsters skin ends. This should defiantly not be done with out the correct equipment as it can be very painful for the hamster if he is cut down to his skin. The claw is…