- Difficulty Breathing-Labored, noisy or rapid in character
- Persistent Bleeding-Apply pressure to stop bleeding
- Distended or Bloated Abdomen -Straining or Difficulty Urinating or Defecating
- Heatstroke-Often associated with collapse or weakness
- Pregnancy Issues -Straining or Difficulty Delivering Kittens or Puppies, Contractions for more than 2 hours or labor with visible fetus or membranes in excess of 15 minutes
- Seizure or Loss of Balance -Includes tremors, coma, staggering, convulsions, sudden blindness, fainting, head tilt, as well as sudden changes to personality
- Pain or Lameness -Crying, moaning, constant licking, heavy panting, limping, difficulty walking or moving body
- Traumatic Injuries-Wounds, Trauma, Injury, Shock, Injury due to falling from height; being struck by
- automobile, or other traumatic event
- Poisoning- Exposure to, or ingestion of toxic substance such as rat poison, antifreeze, snail bait, mushrooms,
- chocolate, prescription medications Seek immediate medical attention and bring container or product name if possible
- Persistent Vomiting and / or Diarrhea -If bloody in nature do not wait for repeated episodes
- Snake Bite or Insect Bites- Pets bitten by rattle snakes should see a veterinarain immediately, insect bites can causes serious reactions in some pets including swelling, difficulty breathing, hives.
- Any Other Signs that are Troublesome -Eye discomfort, severe itching, hives, swelling etc
If you think it might be a problem for your pet... Call!