How Can I Get Free Vet Advice Online In An Emergency?

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Chetan Agrawal answered
This is practically impossible, if you’re looking for a vet to provide you with personalised information. However, you can still find information in an emergency. This very website is a perfect example of how you can find information, as questions similar to what you are asking may have already been asked in the past. People would have answered the questions with information that they know to be correct, which would allow you to make a quick decision about your suffering pet.

You must remember, however, that if you want your pet to remain healthy and of course, alive, you will need to go to your nearest emergency vet. Sometimes wasting time looking on the Internet is not a fantastic idea when you could be driving your beloved animal to a nearby emergency vet for the treatment it needs. Remember the emergency vets are open late, and many are open 24 hours, and will be able to provide you with the expert advice that you’re talking about. Whilst the Internet can be a great source of advice, with something as sensitive as this, you want to make sure you’re doing everything absolutely correct - and sometimes, information can be wrong.

Hence, to avoid hurting your pet or causing any damage you should ensure that you get the right information from the right place. The emergency vet is indeed the best place to go for information, so if you can’t find information quickly on the Internet, then just make your way to the vet as soon as possible.

This way you will be able to get your pet treated quickly, and you will be told precisely what is wrong. You will also be told what must be done to save your pet, which puts you at ease much better than the Internet can ever do.
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My cat is in a lot of pain and keeps dragging her stomach on the ground and meowing. Her stomach is also quite hot and I have no idea what the problem could be and the vet is closed on Sunday!
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My dog keeps coughing and acting like he is hyperventilating. My dad says it is just excitement, but I don't think so.I think it might be something serious!! Anybody have any advice? Plz!! I really love my dog. He is almost 7 and he is still really active!!
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My gog is a king charles,,,he has had an abscess in his bum for the last week and is being treated with antibiotics and pain killers,,,,he seems ok but every now and again while he is resting he will suddenly jump up and yelp like he is being attacked ,,,what causing this
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I have  a gray african parrot  which  is mother  cut  both  of  his  knees and his  legs  are  helled  but  I  would  like to know  if  I could buy  something  or  do  ?  I wish my bird  to live a normal life  can you  help me  thanks  I need advise  thanks  vir virginia
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Hey sorry bought the bother but my puppy has something going on in both of his eye's and they are swelling up and I don't have the money to take him to a vet and have them check it them selve yeah and this is Mandi and I live in Anchorage Alaska
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Dog has no energy and won't eat
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My corgi has a lump come up under her right eye not sure if its in her gum eye is a little closed
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We have a shitzu and she had puppies about five weeks ago, she is three and I spoke to a vet about her losing her hair she said it was a vitamin def-ency but tonight she started shaking and acting different what could this be
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I have an african gray parrot that is driping water from her bek and it is scaring me cause I don't want anything to happen to her
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My rottweiler puppy is 5 months old and my husband recently moved from colorado to las vegas with him. For the last couple days he has been sick. He has severe diarrhea and he's not eating. He doesn't want to play or anything. He just lays there like he's depressed. HELP!!!! I'm really worried and I don't know whats going on with him!!!
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My dog is having issues with her eyes. It seems like only her right eye is affected. I am not sure how to call it, but it is "crusty" and inside she has some "gunk". If I attempt to touch it, she screams a bit and then rubs her eye. What could be the problem?
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But the question was how to get FREE advice. Why would anyone advertising in Google on vet terms be giving it away for free?  If they are, it is only a teaser because they will be trying to sell you something in the end. Or perhaps they are selling your information.  You will probably have better luck with the organic results (i.e., non-sponsored). But again, vets that come up here are probably not eager to give you free medial help?  Sad truth is that you can hardly get this kind of help for humans. Why would expect it for a pet?
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My cat is an outside cat, and he just randomly lost fuction in his back legs, he can't move them by himself. When we found him he was pulling himself around by his front feet. When I went to try and find the problem I was expecting him to meow or something, but nothing. I pulled his legs out, I pushed on them, and he did nothing. It was like he couldnt feel what I was doing. I tried to get him to walk, gently letting him hover above them. He doesn't seem to be in any pain at all. He is eating and drinking very well. He purrs and meows. He does have fleas. Before I thought he could have been a poped out ball joint, or a broken leg. Now I am beginning to believe that he has lyme disease or something serious like that. Please help me !

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