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Posted on 07-25-2017
July is National Pet Fire Safety Month, and at Day Creek Animal Hospital we urge every pet owner to take steps to make sure their homes are free of pet fire danger. Surprisingly, at least 1,000 home fires are started by pets each year. By making some simple changes in your home and lifestyle, you can virtually prevent the dangers of pets starting fires in your home.
Dr. Sidhu, our veterinarian in Rancho Cucamonga, is dedicated to making sure each patient is safe, both in our office and at home. Take time to make your home free of fire hazards by making a few basic changes.
If an accident happens and your dog or cat gets burned, do you know what to do? The first step is to make sure there is no more fire, to prevent any further damage. Secure your pet in a safe spot, with a cone, or muzzle if necessary. Apply cool water with a sterile compress, but don't wrap the injury. Call our office and transport your pet to us for treatment, as soon as possible. Don't break any blisters that have formed, and avoid any type of burn cream or ointment.
Whether you're looking for an emergency vet for a burned pet or a veterinarian to care for your new puppy, our team at Day Creek Animal Hospital are ready to care for your pet. Call our office at 909-646-7387 and we'll make an appointment that fits in with your busy lifestyle.
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