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Sun, Jul 8 | By Kristen Seymour | 1

Create a plan of action for a potential pet medical crisis. If your pet becomes seriously ill or injured, do you have a plan of action in place? You should, because in an emergency situation, saving a few minutes and being prepared can literall… more ›

Preparing for Pet Emergencies
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I was not prepared well I have neighbors that are in apartments next door to me most of the people who live there are either just bad news or not all there in the head so Skitters ended up getting a chicken bone caught in her throat from one of them feeding her and then got food piosoning from a half cooked chicken some one threw over the fence the food poisoning went away after 3 -4 days but the bone we had to take her to the vet and she had to be on a liquid diet for about a week or so before she could eat solid food again and the solid food was still medicated for about another week or so we also had Lady who the neighbors thought she was suffering when we let her out back so they would open the gate letting her loose and we would have to search the city for her so what I would have done diffrently that I am doing now is for one stricter supervision when a dog is outside stay with them and watch them until they are ready to go in also I think my gate that doesn't have a lock needs a lock the way it is made though a lock will not work so I would have to tear the gate down entirely and get a new one made that a lock can be put on the other 2 gates have locks but not the third one although one of the 2 that does lock is kinda broken and needs to be fixed. Also keep an eye on what your pets eat in the yard even if you let them eat stuff out of your garden or something in your yard that you planted it might not be what they are eating go up to them and check and make sure I know that birds can drop stuff also some people that are just bad news or not all there can throw further than you think they can sometimes there was alot of moldy bread that ended up in the middle of our yard that I had to clean up I have no idea how it got that far into the yard the only thing I can think is a raccoon,possum, squrriel or bird but it could have been a person.

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