Image via WikipediaYou should keep your Vet’s phone number handy–near your telephone, in the glove compartment of your car, and in your wallet. For quicker access, encode the number in the automatic-dialing feature of your phone, if it has one.
Call you are Vet if your dog or puppy has these symptoms:
If your Puppy/Dog has an elevated temperature for more than 24 hours.
Eyes Not bright and they look like they are dazed.
If your Puppy/Dog exhibits abrupt or prolonged changes from his normal behavior, such as irritability or hyperactivity.
If your Puppy/Dog is sluggish or drowsy for long periods.
3. Bowel movements
If your Puppy/Dog has unexpected changes in his bowel movements.
If your Puppy/Dog has blood in his stools.
If your Puppy/Dog has severe or prolonged constipation or diarrhea.
Tenderness – is going too much or he cannot relieve himself at all.
If your Puppy shows that, and an area is tender to the touch.
If your Puppy/Dog vomits over a prolonged period or vomits forcefully after every feeding.
If your Puppy/Dog has a prolonged cough or Mucus.
If your Puppy has difficulty breathing, especially if the breathing is noisy and rapid.