Thank you to everyone who attended the Pet Lifesavers sessions and asked some great questions. We didn’t get to all of them in the time available so we have tried to cover the additional points raised in the questions and answers below. Click on the question to show/hide the comment. Hope this is useful!
You can always contact us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Look out for some more free webinars coming soon. Bye for now.
Breathing and CPR
|Animal||Heart Rate||Breathing (Respiratory) Rate|
|Cat||120 – 240||24-42|
It is very important to follow Paul’s advice and get baseline measurements for your healthy pet. This way, you get used to taking the measurements and you have a reference point. You could then make a much more objective assessment if you need to.
Fits and Seizures
If your dog is having a fit, do you wait until the disorientation has passed (2hrs appro)x to take to vets or after the actual fit has happened (1 min +)?
Bites and Stings
Is there anything that can reduce the absorption of poisons if it will take a long time to get to the
My dog has eaten large quantities of grapes in the past with no ill effects. Are grapes toxic for all dogs?
If we used a clean cloth in an emergency situation with a wound, wouldn't it just stick to the wound?