Deciding when to send your pet to a veterinarian can be a tough choice to make. We provide signs that can guide owners to decide when to ask for medical veterinary assistance.
When your pet starts showing signs of breathing difficulty, see if the gums have become pale or turned to blue. If so, consult a veterinarian.
After two days’ loss of appetite, it may show an occurring illness that needs to be attended. Not eating can cause organ failure, energy loss, or possible death.
Urinating and Drinking Habit Changes
Disabled urination can be a medical issue because it could indicate a urinary problem. Increased water consumption and urination may be caused by problems in the urinary tract.
A foreign object ate by your pet that caused a bad reaction to his gastrointestinal tract may cause this. If it occurs multiple times, contact your veterinarian.
If your pet’s feces continue to appear in liquid form for a long time, it is a serious matter that needs medical attention. This may be caused by dehydration or parasites.
If your pet experiences multiple abnormal seizures, you should consult a veterinarian.
Lethargy or Collapse
If your pet suddenly collapses many times, it could mean an illness. Other signs show disinterests in his toys and choosing to sleep all day.
If your pet vocalizes in pain when you touch his abdomen, it could mean an internal abdominal condition. Consult a veterinarian.
If your dog suddenly struggles using one of his legs, it is a medical issue. It could be caused by neurological conditions.
Changes in your pet’s eyes should not be ignored. Once you notice unusual alterations in the eyes, you should consult your veterinarian.