If your dog has red eyes, there is no need to worry. This is a natural phenomenon that happens due to a lack of oxygen in the blood. Your dog will eventually rest and heal on its own. If you notice that your dog’s eyes are always red or swollen, contact your veterinarian for an examination.
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There is no need to be overly concerned if your dog is hiccuping. Hiccups are a common occurrence in dogs and usually only last for a few moments. If you notice that your dog is hiccupping more often or lasts longer, please consult your veterinarian for further evaluation.
If your cat eats any part of a poisonous plant, they could end up in the hospital. Symptoms of poisoning can include vomiting, diarrhea, fever, and lack of appetite. If your cat is affected by the poison they may not want to eat or drink anything and could eventually die if not treated. If you think your cat has eaten a poisonous plant call your veterinarian as soon as possible.
When should you worry about your cat vomiting? Vomiting is one of the most common symptoms of illness in cats, and can indicate a wide range of conditions. In some cases, it may be nothing to worry about, while in others, it may signal a more serious problem. Here are five signs that might warrant concern:
1. Your cat shows obvious distress or has lost appetite.
2. The vomiting is persistent or frequent. 3. The vomit contains blood or pieces of food that appear to have been chewed on recently 4. There is a sudden increase in water consumption (to greater than twice daily intake) 5. Foul-smelling discharge from the mouth or nose
If your cat has a wound, the easiest thing to do is to clean it and apply a bandage. If you notice any signs of infection, like fever or redness, then you should take your cat to the veterinarian.
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