It's always tricky trying to decide if your pet is in need of emergency care or not, and we have all at one time or another rushed off to the vet in a panic, only be told that everything is fine and that there was no need for alarm. You hang your head in sheepish embarrassment and go back home to that dinner party you hurriedly left, braced and ready to explain to your guests what just didn't need to happen to your pet. So how can this process be made a bit easier?
Well, to start, it's important to call your vet before rushing over, providing factual information about your pet's condition. Be careful to not let your own worry cause a distortion of the information you're giving your vet and make sure you provide careful answers to their questions. Usually they'll be able to tell you confidently over the phone whether or not you do indeed have an emergency on your hands. This said, here are a few tips to help you decide for yourself.
So, do you think you've ever rushed to your vet when perhaps it was not quite that urgent? Or made that middle-of-the-night emergency call - which your vet just LOVED receiving? Take care! (in more ways than one!)
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