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General/Overall First-Aid Subjects
Bites / Stings - Bee, Insect, Snake
Bleeding / Blood Loss
Broken Bones - See Fractures
Convulsions - See Seizures
Drowning (Near Drowning)
Heartbeat (No Heartbeat)
Hyperthermia (Heat Stroke)
Injuries - Eye
Injuries - Tails
Restraining/Handling an Injured Pet:
Seizures and Convulsions
Tail Injuries - Also See Injuries
Other First-Aid Subjects:
• First Aid Course Launched for Pets - Katzenworld
• Cat Emergencies: That Require Immediate Vet Attention - Hanna Herald
• Do you know pet first aid? Survey finds just two percent are prepared for a pet’s illness or injury - Northern Kentucky Tribune
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