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Tips To Prevent Life-Threatening Accidents To Your Beloved Pet

The life of your pet is extremely valuable and must be preserved. Even though we first believe that they are capable of taking care of themselves, oftentimes tragic events occur, and we are left with the regret that we could have or should have done something different. There are no major safety measures you should pay attention to. A life-threatening crisis can be avoided by taking a few simple precautions with your cherished pet.


Car Accident


Accidents are the scariest things that can happen to our cute furry pet when he is roaming around outside. It can also happen when you take for a drive with you. The majority of accidents occur at night when he suddenly runs into a car and gets injured by it because the driver cannot see him.

There are two products that can protect your dog from accidents;

1. When taking your dog on a car journey, always make sure he is belted in so that he would be protected against any form of sudden breaks and from unpleasant events.


2. You must attach a Pet Flashlight to your dog before taking it for a stroll at night or for any outdoor activity Pet Flashlight has LED lights and can be seen from 800 meters away. Therefore, the driver will see our dog if he crosses in front of the vehicle.


Water Safety


Although most of us think that dogs can swim well, this assumption is not entirely accurate because dogs are not naturally adept swimmers. As with humans, they must first learn to swim, however if they don't have enough training and just dive into the water without your supervision, something awful could happen. You must teach him to swim slowly and steadily, and you should accompany him at all times while remaining attentive and demonstrating the proper technique. Start with a swimming pool instead of the beach or a lake as it has a lower risk of drawing.



Lost Or Stolen Dog


The most devastating circumstance for a dog owner is when their dog is missing or stolen because it poses a major threat to our furry friend's life. Therefore, you must tread cautiously before disclosing information about your dog to strangers, whether they are visitors at your home or somebody you met while out walking your dog. Train your dog so that when you call him while he is wandering, he will respond and come back to you. If your dog isn't sufficiently trained, you should never leave him alone and must always keep him on a leash while out for a walk. An effective GPS tracker could prevent your dog from getting lost.





Heat Strokes

When a dog's temperature exceeds 106°F, severe brain damage, multiple organ failure, and even death can result at critical temperatures between 107°F and 109°F. Unfortunately, our beloved pet can develop heat stroke, its most severe type of hyperthermia. Consult a veterinarian immediately if your dog exhibits signs of a heat stroke.


Symptoms Of Heat Strokes:-

  • Seizures

  • Nausea and/or vomiting

  • Rapid or fast breathing and heartbeat

  • Muscle weakness or cramps

  • Vomiting or diarrhea (bleeding can occur)`

Dog’s Fight


Dogs may clash with one another for a number of reasons, including territory disputes or self-defense, which can cause serious injuries. Extreme situations could make the injuries extremely fatal. Owners sometimes are unaware of the incidence or seriousness of wounds because fur can hide them. Every bite from a dog that punctures the skin can spread bacteria or other infectious organisms below the skin's surface since a dog's mouth is brimming with bacteria. If you notice any injuries, you should get them treated right away. If no external injuries are observed, you must have your pet examined by a veterinarian because internal injuries are also possible.