Where Will You Take Your Dog In an Off-Hours Emergency?

When every minute counts, having a plan in place could save your dog’s life.

It’s 10 PM on a Sunday evening and your dog starts having difficulty breathing. Or she begins having what seems like a series of seizures. Or she starts foaming at the mouth and walking restlessly, and her belly looks like she swallowed a balloon — all signs of bloat, which can kill a dog if […]
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