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Save Your Dog's Life: Choking

  Choking is a frequent emergency situation that you can encounter with your pet. Most dogs can chew on almost everything, including bones, toys, sticks, and plastic (to name a few! ), which can get stuck in the mouth's palate or windpipe - knowing how to react to a choking dog could save your pet's life, as you might not have enough time to rush to the vet. Are you aware of what to do if your dog chokes? It is critical that you seek veterinary assistance immediately, as the dog will suffocate. Choking Symptoms • Panic / hysteria • Difficulty breathing • Pawing at the mouth • Choking/hacking noises • Blue lips or tongue • Unresponsive or unaware dog What to do: • Remain vigilant - a choking animal can panic and bite. • Remain calm; your fear will spread to your dog; talk in a firm, soothing tone. • Open the dog's mouth with both hands - one on the upper jaw and the other on the lower. • Grasping the dog's jaws, tuck the dog's lips between the teeth and your fingerti

Product Recommendations for Dog Care

 

My first recommendation is a shock collar that I use on my dog. Yes, shock collars are a very controversial topic, and not everyone is a fan. Therefore, if you are interested in shock collars or want to learn more about them, you can read this.


Delta XC Garmin

This collar is really one-of-a-kind. The collar can be adjusted in a variety of ways. As you can see, the front features three keys. The shock button is located in the middle. This is important in order to comprehend this button. You should NEVER set the shock level higher than your dog is capable of handling. My dog does not respond to shocks greater than a 6. The top button emits an audible sound. This is a tone of caution. It alerts the dog to halt any action it is engaged in prior to initiating a shock. Manual stimulation is given by the bottom press. This button is essentially a vibration, which means you can simply vibrate your dog rather than shocking them.


Another thing that I like about this item is the barking feature. This barking feature is intended to teach your dog to stop barking obsessively. It also assists in maintaining control when you are away from home.


This collar will programme up to three collars simultaneously, allowing you to place up to three dogs on the remote and switch between them. Additionally, the collar is waterproof, which is a very special feature that enables you to maintain control of your dog when they are swimming in a pool.


The collar has a range of up to a mile. This enables your dog to roam up to a mile from you while also allowing you to correct their actions. Prongs are available in two lengths: short and long. The long prongs are designed for dogs with longer hair, while the short prongs are designed for dogs with short hair.


Sluggish Feeder

This is a product that I wholeheartedly recommend! Additionally, I believe my dog would suggest this. A slow feeder is a bowl with a puzzle-like interior in which food falls down between the raised parts. These elevated bits make it more difficult for the dogs to obtain food. While this might sound cruel, if you have a dog that scarfs down their food at a breakneck pace, like my dog did, it helps them avoid choking, learn how to eat properly, and slow down their feeding.


I used this substance on my dog because he was consuming at an alarming rate, vomiting his food, and coughing on it. Below is the orange bowl that I used for Oscar. We used this bowl for him for a couple of months and he was able to resume eating from a regular bowl. This was very beneficial to him.


Toss-it

A Chuck-it! is another product that I highly recommend for a dog. Playtime is important for a dog's energy management and physical fitness. Oscar's Chuck-it is one of his favourite toys.



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