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First Aid : Dog Bleeding

Bleeding

If your dog is bleeding externally and profusely, an attempt should be made to stop the bleeding. (Severe bleeding must receive immediate attention no matter what other injuries are present.) Apply a tourniquet between the cut and the heart. Loosening every 3 – 5 minutes

If your dog is bleeding internally, you might see very pale gums, coughing up blood, bleeding from nose, mouth, rectum, blood in his urine, collapse, rapid or weak pulse. Keep him as warm and quiet as possible. Call your vet!

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