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When to call your veterinarian

  • Shortness of breath or difficulties in breathing
  • Fever (normal is 100.5 to 102.7)
  • A fall or bump to the head, chest or stomach
  • Heatstroke or hypothermia
  • Animal bite wounds
  • Burn
  • Possible poisoning
  • Straining to defecate or urinate
  • Collapsing or fainting
  • Redness, discharge, film or cloudiness over the eyes or difficulty seeing
  • Bleeding that will not stop
  • Blood in the stool or urine
  • Seizures (convulsions) or dazed appearance
  • Dramatic weight loss
  • Continual vomiting
  • Continual diarrhea
  • Lumps or bumps that grow rapidly or bleed
  • Frequent scratching or biting body areas
  • Pawing at the face and ears or shaking and titling the head
  • Lethargy characterized by lack of energy and exercise intolerance
  • Change in eating habits (refusing to eat or eating more or less than normal)
  • Unquenchable thirst accompanied by changes in urinating habits
  • Limping or showing pain when touched
  • Frequent coughing
  • Nasal discharge or dry scaly nose
  • Pacing and restlessness
  • Unproductive retching
  • Jaundice (yellow coloring)
  • Excessive urinating
  • Abnormal bruising and bleeding
  • Bloated or abnormal abdomen
  • Bloody vomit
  • Pale gums
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