Having a pet, while exciting, is also a big responsibility. It’s your job to ensure your pet remains safe and healthy. Of course, accidents happen and unforeseen health issues arise. While there are countless reasons an animal would need to be taken to an emergency vet, this article will discuss a few signs of a pet emergency that you should look out for.
If your furry friend seems to be having trouble breathing, breathing unusually, or making wheezing or other alarming noises when trying to breathe, it’s time to take them to a vet right away. Additionally, if you see any swelling around or in their mouth or if they are puffing their lips when they breathe, it’s important to seek medical attention from a veterinarian immediately.