What is considered a dog emergency? Dr.Champak, Precise Pet Clinic answers

Updated: Jul 19


Something’s wrong with your dog but you’re not sure if you should take your pet to the vet? To ease your worries, here’s a list of scenarios and solutions by an expert, on what is considered a dog emergency. Dr.Champak is a Veterinary Physician at Precise Pet Clinic & Diagnostics in Bangalore, India.

Dog emergency for vets: Bleeding

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Bleeding from extremities such as wagging ears or tails can make your pet bleed out quickly. Apply some pressure on the area with a clean cloth or a piece of cotton to curb bleeding. More details in the video below.

Dog emergency for vets: Respiratory distress

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If your dog has collapsed sideways, is panting or has a bloated stomach, rush to the vet immediately as it could be a very serious condition. This usually occurs in large chested dogs such as German Shepherds, Labradors, Great Danes, St.Bernard’s etc. More details in the video below.


Dog emergency for vets: Heat stroke

what is considered a dog emergency  - heat stroke