Keeping Your Dog Alive
Until the Vet Arrives
Dr. Amy O'Malley D.V.M.
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There is no worse feeling in the world than standing over your
dead dog and being told that you could have saved their life, if
you had you only known what to do. In case after case, panicked
dog owners fail to give their beloved friends the lifesaving
treatment that they need to survive until the vet arrives.
Written by a practicing Emergency Veterinarian with extensive
experience, Dr. Amy O'Malley shares her secrets for keeping you
dog alive until medical doctors arrive. Written in plain English
and packed with real-world examples, Dr. Amy shows you how to
confidently provide life-saving first aid to an acutely-ill dog.
You will also learn those indispensable items that are found in
every canine first-aid kit.
Don't risk suffering in guilt. Join the responsible dog owners and
keep this indispensable book in your first aid kit at all times.
Your dogs life could be at-stake.
* Learn the proven first-aid techniques used to treat all acute
* Understand how emergency treatment can stabilize serious
injuries and illnesses.
* Read real-world stories of life-saving emergency treatment.
* Identify the items that belong in every first-aid kit.
* Organized by symptom, so you can quickly find the proper life
About the Author:
Dr. Any O'Malley
O'Malley graduated from North Carolina State
University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1997. She is the
owner of Warrenton Animal Clinic and directing veterinarian
for the humane society in Warren County North Carolina.
Dr. Amy is also a member of the chamber of commerce, the
animal health advisory board, the Warren county board of
health and Citizens for Animal Protection. She is an avid
equestrian and spends much of her free time training and
riding her three horses.
Table of Contents:
The first-aid kit
Fast diagnosis techniques
Applying interim drugs