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Posted on 10-25-2017
A pet emergency can happen when you least expect it. While not all accidents are avoidable, there are many things you can do to maintain your animal's safety in your home.
For one thing, keeping all potentially hazardous objects out of reach of your cat or dog is essential. Our emergency veterinarian team educates pet parents from all over Austin about the common (and sometimes surprising) household objects that can pose a danger to animals.
If you have any of the following items in your home, be sure that they remain securely stored so that your cat or dog can't reach them, and supervise your pet closely when they are around them:
Our experienced Austin veterinarian team helps thousands of animals every year who ingest a foreign object or a poisonous household chemical. In some cases, these situations can become life-threatening. If you believe that your pet has gotten into something it shouldn't have, don't hesitate. Call the Emergency Animal Hospital of Northwest Austin right away at (512) 331-6121, open 24 hours. Our emergency veterinarian team also serves South Austin on nights, weekends, and holidays: call (512) 899-0955 for help at this location.
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