Do you get nervous when your pet cat or dog acts abnormal? Instead of contacting the Vet ER room late at night, you might try to find answers to your pet conditions through online research.
There are plenty of Internet websites that promise owners answers to their animals problems. These experts could be Vets working their own clinic website, or pet hobbyists who have passed the basic pet health exam for the pet. You can submit a question such as “my dog ate my body lotion. is this toxic?” In the question submission form, you can list the ingredients in the lotion. The person on the other end of the website can reply letting you know that lotion is poisonous or not. The answer could also contain other information that will help you treat the pet’s condition and the answer might cost only $12. These online services are cheaper than a visit to the vet. I know of a friend you used the services of a Pet psychologist online to determine her dogs erratic behavior. She found out her dog had an anger management issue.
Now this seems like a great deal, but obviously information on the Internet has to taken with salt. You really have to understand who is behind the websites. Are they an expert? If you get faulty advice, such as not worrying if your dog is too weak to stand, then trust your own judgment. The fact is that you know your pet best. Animals that are not walking over a period of days should always prompt a visit to the vet. Some veterinarians say websites never be used to diagnose a problem. The key issue is animals don’t talk, so we have to look, listen, and also feel to determine if there’s an issue or not with our pets.
You can use the Internet to find information after your pet has been diagnosed from an expert. Of course it never hurts to become friends with the vet, so you can call them in the middle of the night. You can find more information about buying pet products at comfortchannel.com