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The Do’s and Don’ts of Handling a Pet Emergency from a Welland Veterinary Clinic

July 2, 2013

Nobody wants to imagine a pet emergency, but things happen. Accidents can happen and disaster can strike at any time, so it’s important that you, as a responsible pet owner, are prepared to handle any situation. If you find yourself facing a pet emergency, keep the following “do’s and don’ts” in mind, as provided by your Welland Veterinary Clinic.

Do’s

Don’ts

As a caring pet owner, it’s your job to advocate for your pet’s health and wellbeing. When an emergency situation arises, it’s important that you know beforehand how to respond so that you can get your pet the best care possible in a timely manner. These “do’s and don’ts” should help you get a handle on the situation, improving the chances of a good outcome for your pet.

At the Main West Animal Hospital , we have been committed to caring for pets for over 35 years.   We understand the incredible bond that develops between people and their pets because we are pet lovers too.  At our hospital we take pride in making a difference in the lives of pets and creating lasting friendships with our clients. We believe that pets are an important part of our family and our community.  We come to work each and every day dedicated to consistently providing compassionate care to improve the lives of pets and their families.

Our highly trained veterinarians and friendly staff create a warm welcoming environment for you and your pet.  Our full service Veterinary hospital uses the latest equipment and technology to ensure we can provide the best care for your pet.  We are dedicated to taking a holistic approach to Veterinary medicine, treating the whole patient and not just the symptoms.

Our hospital provides preventative health care and vaccinations options for pets. We also offer animal chiropractic care,advanced surgical, medical, dental and emergency services. We are fully equipped with In-house Diagnostics, X-ray, Laser Therapy and Endoscopy services.  We would love to meet you and your pet, contact us today so that we can start building a relationship with your family (905)735-7877 or visit us online at www.mainwestvet.com

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