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What To Do If Your Pet Needs Emergency First Aid

It’s 7:00 on a Sunday evening and you walked into the kitchen just as Clyde, your retriever, finished off the bag of chocolate chips you had sitting on the counter. Isn’t chocolate supposed to be poisonous for four-legged critters? What do you do? Who do you call?

In your haste to help your pet, you are unable summon a rational thought. If only you’d taken the time to put together that first aid kit that your veterinarian had recommended, you could have all of the supplies and information you need at your fingertips.

 Please Continue Reading About Helping Your Pet With First Aid:

NB: I advise my clients to keep an electronic copy of their pets medical records.  Ideally they would be on an easily transported USB “key” (or thumb drive).  Also, for my local clients, fantastic 24 hour, 7 day a week emergency care is available at the Cornell University Veterinary Specialists (CUVS) in Stamford, CT.  203-595-2777–Dr. Jeff


Please note: The information provided here is intended to supplement the recommendations of your veterinarian. Do not disregard veterinary advice or delay treatment based on information on this site. Nothing can replace a complete history and physical examination performed by your veterinarian. -Dr. Jeff

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I'm sending my prayers and best wishes to everyone throughout the world that has been affected by this historic pandemic. My hope is for a better balance of the world and greater empowerment for all as soon as possible. Here are 4 actions that can be used today to improve immune resistance to any virus or bacteria:

1. Go on a "sniff walk” with your pet and breathe fresh air deeply for at least 30 minutes/day.

2. Eat darkly colored fresh vegetables and fruit such as wild blueberries and kale.

3. Do at least 50 HA! breaths just say ha loudly) daily. These forceful expulsions of air help maintain good lung function and can help you detect respiratory problems early. Laughter, coughing and Kapalabhati breathing (from yoga) are three other easy ways to do this.

4. Experience positive emotions, like the sense of awe, when we witness the renewal of nature. Stay safe, Vital and healthy”

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Stay safe, Vital and healthy,

Dr. Jeff