These are topics for dogs who have been injured (or for their owners):
- What should I do if my dog gets hit by a car? What emergency steps should I take?
- Are there any good ways to prevent a dog from digging his way out of the yard or escaping from the yard or home?
- If I am going to talk to my dog’s veterinarian after my dog has been wounded or had surgery, what should I be prepared to discuss? Should I bring anything with me?
- How can we make our dog comfortable when he has been wounded?
- What type of life-style changes can we expect if our canine is injured?
- Should I feed my dog any differently after he has been wounded or injured?
- Will my dog be able to have visitors while he is recuperating?
- How do we deal with taking our dog out to pee and poop if he is injured?
- How long will it take my dog to recover from his injury?
- How can we made this period of time easier on our dog, on our children, and on ourselves?
- How are dogs different from people in how they respond to physical trauma?
- How are dogs different from people in how they respond to their environment?
- If my dog gets hit by a car once, can I expect that he/she will learn his lesson, and not go into the street again?
- Is it possible to teach a dog to look in both directions before crossing the street, and to proceed accordingly? Should that matter in how we handle our dogs when we are outside?
- My dog has hurt his leg. What can we do to keep him from jumping onto the sofa? When he jumps off of the sofa, he may injure his leg again.
- Will the Elizabethan collar (also known as an e-collar or lampshade) prevent my dog from chewing his stitches or bandages?
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