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Be prepared and save a life

April 8, 2012
The OBSERVER

Spring has arrived! With the nicer weather here, many of us are outside working in the yard, taking walks and enjoying more outdoor activities. These activities often involve our favorite canine or feline friend and because of this, our pets are at a greater risk for accidents, illness and injuries. In order to deal effectively with emergencies, it is important for all pet owners to have an emergency plan in place. This includes having emergency phone numbers and a pet first-aid kit in a location that is easily accessible. Owners should educate themselves about some of the most common pet emergencies, how they can be prevented, and how to deal with them if they occur. Being prepared for emergencies will enable you to more effectively deal with situations that arise, increasing the likelihood of a positive outcome for your pet if an accident should happen. A little preparation may save your pet's life!

 
 

 

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