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Ask the Vet: What is an emergency?

Original post made on Jul 17, 2011

Pet emergencies are sometimes obvious to pet owners, but not always. Bishop Ranch Veterinary Center & Urgent Care's Dr. Kristel Weaver discusses several emergencies that might not be noticeable to pet owners and what they can do to help their furry friends. Read the rest of this list in next week's Danville Express.

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Posted by Brad Taylor
a resident of San Ramon
on Jul 17, 2011 at 8:48 pm

My cat Dino ingested an 18" piece of ribbon about a year ago. Had it not been for the professional medical care of Dr. Weaver, Dino would have died. Dr. Weaver, thank you for saving Dino's life. I've always wanted to send you a card of thanks, but as with so many things, time just slipped away. When I saw your picture, I smiled and decided that this little message would do in place of that card I never sent.