We have linked below an abundance of information which no dog owner should be without. Everything from how to train a dog to emergency care. When you have a German Shepherd Dog, or any pet, one of the most important people in your life should be their veterinarian. Knowing where to get help in an emergency is a must. Find out where the Emergency Animal Hospitals are located and POST IT in a kitchen cabinet...or someplace where you can find it very quickly.
Making your home safe for your best friend is only logical. Puppies love to chew...especially electrical cords. Dogs love sweets...especially poisons like anti-freeze. The have snoopy noses that fit very nicely in the jaws of mouse traps. Is that a cat on the other side of the street? Is that a car coming down the street? "Murphy's law" is in effect here. If something can go wrong...it will. Remove, eliminate, get rid of safety hazards in and around your home!!!
Know how to handle emergencies...or at least where to get help. The links below can be of great assistance to you. Take a look at them...get familiar with them and learn.
Phone Numbers of
The following is accurate
to the best of our knowledge as
National Animal Poison Control: 1-888-426-4435
Links and Phone
numbers for Emergency Animal Hospitals
of Mercy Animal Critical Care
Emergency Pet Clinic
Animal Emergency Room
Northeast Emergency Animal Clinic
South Texas Veterinary
Education and Information Web sites
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