ac-ci-dent [ˈak-sə-dənt] - an unforeseen or unplanned event resulting in damage or injury, typically brought on by carelessness, inexperience or a lack of awareness
I remember a line from a children’s book I read a long time ago:
“An accidentally broken wasp nest, and a deliberately broken wasp nest look exactly the same.”
There are no shortcuts in life ... or are there?
You can learn things in two ways. Either through trial and error, or by learning from those who already have the experience and knowledge.
Which do you think is better when it comes to your dog's health and safety?
Did you ever have to rush your dog to the emergency with something that could have been easily prevented if you only knew better?
Prevention is the best medicine. But you can only protect your dog from dangers you’re aware of.
We cannot protect our dogs from everything but many things we can and should protect them from. Do you know what they are?
The most common reasons why dogs end up in the emergency
- Digestive distress
How many of these do you think can be prevented?
The Humane Society of the U.S. estimates that up to 10,000 cats and dogs die each year from exposure to ethylene glycol containing antifreeze.
In 2009 the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center handled:
- 45,816 calls involving prescription and over-the-counter drugs such as painkillers, cold medications, antidepressants and dietary supplements
- 29,020 calls related to insecticides
- 17,453 calls pertaining to people food
- 7,858 calls related to ingestion of common house and garden plants
- 7,680 for veterinary medications
- 6,639 related to rodenticides
- 4,143 for household cleaners
- 3,304 related to heavy metals (lead, zinc, and mercury)
- 2,329 for fertilizer and other garden products
- 2,175 for household and automotive chemicals
Nobody knows better about all the dangers that can land your dog in the ER than an emergency hospital vet.
Dr. Jason Nicholas is general practice veterinarian who spent early years of his career working in an emergency room. He’s seen it all and he has made it his mission to save the dogs and their owners the pain of preventable disasters.
In how many way can you protect your dog from a trip to the emergency room? In 101 ways!
101 Essential Tips You Need to Raise a Happy, Healthy, Safe Dog is a small, easy-to-use booklet, that transforms years of experience into 101 easy to understand and follow points.
101 ways of keeping your dog out of trouble!
How many of the tips you should know? All of them!
In 101 Essential Tips You Need to Raise a Happy, Healthy, Safe Dog you will learn about
- common household and outdoor toxins
- simple steps to prevent digestive upset and obstruction
- preventing traumas
- training and socialization
- resources for choosing pet insurance policy
- keeping your dog safe during parties and holidays
- helping dogs and children live safely together
- and much more
So what are you waiting for?
Get the book and empower yourself to keep your dog safe!
The Preventive Vet™ they are passionate about helping you keep your dog safe from emergencies, and they’ve got the experience and advice to help you do so.
Pet emergencies are common. And though they range in both severity and price, many will cost you anywhere from several hundred to a few thousand dollars, and many can cause your pet debilitating pain, illness, or even death.
You likely don’t have unlimited time or financial resources, but you obviously want to do what you can to keep your pets safe from preventable injuries, illnesses, poisonings, and other emergencies. That’s why The Preventive Vet™ offers a wide range of practical advice, dog safety information, and products