Transporting A Sick or Injured Dog

If you're driving a sick or injured dog to the vet's, you should make the trip as easy as possible. If possible, have someone else drive -- that way, you can stay in the back seat with your pet. Your presence may comfort and calm him. If you're transporting a larger dog and you suspect he has
broken bones or internal injuries, try to move him either on a board or a blanket. Blankets have the advantage that they're easy to access in an emergency, and can be used in the car to provide warmth for your dog.

After the vet, you'll have to care for your dog. Check out Managing-Pet-Pain.com for help:

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