Four things you MUST do if your dog is bitten by a snake
WARNING: Snake bite symptoms aren't aways obvious!
Recognizing snake bite symptoms quickly is very important so that there is no delay in seeking veterinary care. Most people think of these symptoms as two bleeding puncture wounds- which is easily spotted on a human (who lack the thick fur coat and have the ability to talk)…
Snake bites in dogs aren't always so obvious. In this blog post we dive into the symptoms of snake bites.
Part FIVE of the Five First Aid myths: Effective snake bite "treatments"
The Wanderdog mission starts with you.
Part Four of the Five First Aid myths: The use of tourniquets in dogs.
Part Three of the Five First Aid myths: Is hydrogen peroxide useful for cleaning wounds?
The six reasons our dogs make the best life coaches
Part Two of the Five First Aid myths: Should I give my dog electrolytes?
Part One of the Five First Aid Myths: All the reasons you shouldn't give your dog Aspirin
There is a ton of information out there. And if it’s on the internet it must be true... right?
Some of this information is downright wrong, scary and sometimes deadly.