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First aid essentials for dogs and cats!

When animals suffer burns:

1. If you find a slight burn or rash on the skin, you can use cold water to soak, cold compresses and soak for a while, preferably up to 10-15 minutes, which may play a role. by lowering temperature, relieving pain and reducing local swelling.

2. Gently cover the wound with sterilized gauze and go to the nearest veterinary clinic immediately.

3. Never apply ointment or the like, as it may cause bacterial infection and pain.

4. If you notice your pet's whiskers and mouth hairs are burned, alert your veterinarian to the possibility of pulmonary edema, which can lead to difficulty breathing.

When animals have wounds and bleeding:

1. For minor injuries, use sterile water or saline solution for debridement (if this is not accessible, clean, cold or bottled water can be used for rinsing, but there may be have a risk of infection). Use povidone-iodine, chlorhexidine, or another antibacterial solution and apply it to the wound. Wash the coat and skin around the wound with soap and water and apply an antibacterial ointment.

2. If there is bleeding from trauma, first elevate the wound so that the injured area is above the level of the heart to minimize blood flow. Wash your hands and press sterilized gauze firmly onto the wound for at least 5 minutes. When the bleeding decreases or stops, tie the hemostat with a tie band and take him to the veterinary clinic immediately. Be sure to loosen the bandage every 15 minutes so that there is still some blood in the injured area to avoid ischemic necrosis.

When an animal suffers an eye injury:

1. If you notice that the hairs and eyelashes near the eyes are burned and curled, there is a risk of eye burn. If the eye is burned, flush the surface of the eye with plenty of saline solution or chloramphenicol eye drops and seek veterinary attention immediately.

2. Wear a collar on your pet to prevent him from unconsciously scratching his eyes, which could lead to further injury.

3. If there is bleeding from a skin tear on the eyelids, if it is not bleeding too much, use sterilized gauze to press on the bleeding area to stop the bleeding. Never wipe the bleeding area with rough tissue paper.

When animals are stressed:

1. They can be wrapped like a small baby in a large blanket, towel, coat, etc., controlling the limbs and grabbing the back of the neck to control the head and prevent them from struggling or biting the owner.

2. Pet decompression underwear, pet pheromones can be used.

3. Nutrition can be supplemented with vitamin C and tryptophan to relieve stress and anxiety.

4. Appropriate snacks and toys can be given to divert their attention.

5. The owner's company is important, don't let the animal bear the fear alone!

When an animal accidentally ingests a toxic substance:

1. Owners may try to induce vomiting at the first time, whether successful or not, and should be sent to the hospital emergency room immediately.

2. Remember the poison your pet ingested and take it to the veterinary clinic immediately!


It is every owner's responsibility and our responsibility to care for our furry children, and it's always good to be prepared! In case of emergency, it is important to get them to the veterinary clinic on time and never delay the best time to treat them!

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