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Wounds and pets - what to do and when to call the veterinarian

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Wounds and pets - what to do and when to call the veterinarian

Pets who have been injured often hide away, and don’t tolerate much handling of the sore area. If you think your pet is injured, it is always best to seek veterinary attention. There are many types of wounds, some more serious than others, but all wounds can be painful, and can become infected. Getting your pet to the veterinary surgery safely and quickly is important.  

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