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    Ten Reasons to Go to the Pet ER NOW!
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    Annie_WebMD_Staff posted:
    Ten Reasons to Go to the Pet ER NOW! is Dr Ann Hohenhaus newest Tales from the Pet Clinic blog.

    Please take a moment to click on the above link because Dr Hohenhaus has listed some really good reasons why a situation with your pet means it's a medical emergency which means a trip to your vet or a pet emergency clinic.

    In a medical emergency it's important that you seek immediate medical care for your pet and not wait for an online reply to be posted to your question. Remember that there are no on call vets here and the board cannot be a substitute for an in person visit to a vet.

    - Annie
    There's nothing better than a warm fuzzy hug from your pet!
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