If your dog gets bitten by another dog, it's important to take immediate action to ensure the safety and well-being of your pet. Here's what to watch for and steps to take:
Determine the extent of the injury. Is it a minor scratch, a puncture wound, or a more serious injury? This will help you decide the appropriate course of action.
Separate the dogs to prevent further aggression or attacks. Make sure both dogs are safe and secure.
Carefully examine the bite wound. Look for bleeding, swelling, redness, or signs of infection.
If the wound is bleeding, apply gentle pressure with a clean cloth to stop the bleeding.
Clean the wound with mild, warm soapy water and rinse thoroughly to reduce the risk of infection.
Even if the wound appears minor, it's advisable to contact your veterinarian for guidance. They can assess the wound's severity, recommend treatment, and provide advice on preventing infection.
After the initial treatment, monitor your dog closely for signs of infection, such as redness, swelling, discharge, increased pain, or behavioral changes. If you notice any of these symptoms, contact your vet immediately.
Keep your dog calm and restrict their activity to prevent further injury or aggravation of the wound.
Ensure that your dog's vaccinations are up-to-date, especially if the biting dog's vaccination status is unknown.
If the bite occurred in a public place, consider reporting it to local animal control or authorities, as there may be legal requirements regarding dog bites.
If your dog was bitten by another dog, it may be helpful to assess their behavior and consider professional training or behavior modification if necessary.
Take steps to prevent future altercations with other dogs. This may include avoiding situations where aggression is likely, using a leash and proper control, and training your dog in socialization and obedience.
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Those are a very serious set of symptoms. I expect that the dog is not long for this world.
yes. well i know puppies can cause i read in a book that when you first bring a puppy home you could stick a clock in a sock and it comforts them because it sounds like their mothers heartbeat.
If they are feeling sick, or have an upset tummy, they will eat grass or other greens to throw up. This is a good defense mechanism in case they had eaten something that could be very harmful for them.
could be worms, or perhaps a liver problem.
Yes, depending on the area you live will depend how common it is. But a dog can get a tick or flee anytime of the year. If you are taking your pet to forests or mountains (or farms) it's important to always check your pup over.
No, it won't. The genitalia and anal glands are independent of each other.
Yes, dogs do indeed eat puppy feces. They eat small amounts when grooming or licking the anus to help stimulate defecation in puppies. They may eat larger amounts of feces to clean up after the puppies. That has a role in the wild of helping to hide from predators. The puppy waste may draw predators, and eating it gets rid of it.
a dog will not eat or drink if he is sick and hurting take him to the vet
No,intestinal worms and tape worms are possibilities
Depends if you treat it , it will go soon. It wont go soon if you dont treat it.
Vomiting is a natural part of labor for some female dogs during labor. It is also common for the female to eat and throw up the placenta.
While the majority do not eat dogs, dog eating still occurs quite a bit in China.
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You should check with the airlines. I travel with my small dog in coach. You have to have a veterinarian examine the dog and give you a health certificate. Dog must be up on all shots. This certificate must be shown upon you checking in and getting your boarding pass. You, at this time purchase a ticket for your pet. American Airlines charges 100.00 each way. It cost the same for large dogs flying with cargo. Each airlines has it's own pet policy. Check with the one that you are ticketed with.
It is very common for dogs and cats to eat grass to make themselves throw up when they have an upset stomach. Its the equivalent of you sticking your fingers down your throat.
If she is also not showing any signs of furloss than it is probably something minor like allergies or dry skin. the winter is a common time for dogs to get dry skin and it easily treated with oatmeal shampoo or omega 3 capsules. if that doesnt improve it try some otc benadryl for allergies.
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We fed my pup cucumber (with skins) and whatever was in the taste it stopped him eating poop!
STOP GIVING IT BABY POOP OR LEAVING IT WHERE IT CAN GET IT
Could be ringworm or mange. You need to take your puppy to the vet as soon as possible.
maybe they just have itchy butts. because of their small leg size they can't reach back their as easily as most breeds can.So see if you itch their butts and they stop. it might be as simple as that
he proley ate somthing when u wernt look ing that dinnt agery with his Tommy my avise don't take him to the vet he is probley just fine if it last more than a few min or hour then worry and call the vet don't wait until ur shur it wont pass but if the is done than he will be fine oh and don't let him eat it dogs do that
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