|About the Book|
Think for a moment just how much your pet means to you, how much they are part of your life, part of your family. Wouldnt you be devastated if they were injured or came to any harm...especially when it could have been prevented? Would you know howMoreThink for a moment just how much your pet means to you, how much they are part of your life, part of your family. Wouldnt you be devastated if they were injured or came to any harm...especially when it could have been prevented? Would you know how to react or what to do if your pet were hurt or required urgent veterinary attention? Now FAMILY PET FIRST AID places this vital information in your hands and gives you the confidence and the knowledge to give your beloved pets the best possible chance of survival, recovery and prevention of pain, anguish and distress.Written by animal care authority Alexander Tyson-Street - FAMILY PET FIRST AID provides a unique one-stop resource to supply you with all the knowledge, information know how and resources to be ready should the worst happen. In it you will learn....How to accident proof you homeThe importance of prevention and foresightHow to prepare a Pet First Aid Kit and what items you need to stockWhat to do if your pet has a seizureWhat to do if your pet is poisonedWhat information you need to have to handHow to help your pet recover from an injury or accidentHow to be able to pay expensive veterinary billsFor example the section on Poisoning covers...The difference between PRIMARY POISONING and SECONDARY POISONINGWhat you must NEVER do if you suspect your pet has been poisonedWhich innocuous substances may be DEADLY to your petWhat information you need to gather in order to help your Veterinarian make an informed decisionWhat everyday substances are harmful to catsWhat to do if your dog accidentaly consumes human medicationHow to handle a poisoned petWhat precautions you need to take to reduce the risks to your animalWith alertness and armed with the information in this guide you could save your pets life, or at least arrange matters so that if the worst comes to the worst your first response your pet stands a good chance of survival. You owe it to them to do this, and Im sure if they could they would thank you back.