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Emergencies & First Aid

Learn who to call for pet emergencies, how to know when a pet injury is an emergency, and other urgent care advice to help in a pinch.

A woman in a bright yellow-orange sweater holding a striped kitten in one hand and a credit card in the other while using her laptop in front of her

When the bills rack up, these resources have your back.

A female veterinarian examining a dog.

As a pet parent, the best thing you can do is be nice.

Siamese cat coughing

You thought it was a hairball, but nothing’s coming up…

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Pet health question that’s not an emergency? Our vet team will answer over email within 24 hours. So, go ahead, ask us about weird poop, bad breath, and everything in between.

Andrew Kushnir, Nomad Vet, with pug

The veterinarian on helping out, making a difference, and the finer things in life (mostly dogs and music).

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Veterinarian Dr. John Iovino on when it’s no big deal and when you should worry.

A  dog walks in a forest fire

The Wildest Collective veterinarian Dr. John Iovino shares his top safety tips.

A cat getting its ear cleaned.

From performing CPR to preventing shock, three vets break down everything you need to know to help your cat in an emergency.

A cat sitting in a tall grassy area.

Two veterinarians’ pro tips for preventing your cat from picking up ticks (and how to remove them if it’s too late for that).

A dog laying down looking sad.

You aren’t the only one getting way too high from edibles. A study published on 4/20 found an uptick in cannabis poisonings in pets.

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Cats can be hard to read. Especially when they’re sick. Or…not sick? We asked a veterinarian how to tell.

A fluffy cat sitting outside in the snow.

Be a good neighbor and learn to spot the signs of frostbite in community cats.

Cat eating out of metal bowl

Sharing isn’t always caring. Keep your cat safe by keeping these human snack staples to yourself.

kitten lying on the floor breathing through his mouth

“Cats don’t pant to cool off like dogs do.” Unless your pet is catching their breath after doing the zoomies, Dr. Gary Weitzman says it could be cause for concern.

Black cat with white spots on its fur laying on a light blue blanket while wearing a con around its head

Lay the groundwork for quick, low-stress treatment.

grey and white cat with tongue sticking out

Dr. Alycia Washington breaks down when you should worry if your cat is throwing up.