What to do if a pet is hit by a car

02/16/2012 | Morgan Hill Times (Calif.)

Texas A&M emergency veterinarian Brooke Smith estimates her clinic evaluates three to five animals every week that were injured when they were hit by a car. Dr. Smith offers tips to prevent such collisions and what to do if a pet is the victim of an auto accident, including the importance of having pets microchipped and keeping contact information up-to-date.

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