Pet first aid can be a lifesaver

04/14/2012 | Marin Independent Journal (San Rafael, Calif.)

Knowing proper first aid techniques can decrease trauma and perhaps even save a pet's life, according to veterinarian Jim Clark. Aside from obvious emergencies, changes in a pet's heart rate, breathing or body temperature can be signs of a serious health problem. Owners should be aware of the normal values for a pet's vital signs so they can better identify a problem.

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