Warning Signs You Need to Take Your Dog to the Vet

There’s nothing worse than seeing your four-legged best friend in pain. We’ve all been there—you come home from work and realize your pup spent his day digging in the trash, or they’ve been playing outside and you aren’t sure what they got into.

You freeze—do you pack up and head to the vet right away? Or do you wait it out and see what happens?

You want your dog to be safe, but you don’t know if you’re overreacting or underreacting. The worst part is that your dog can’t communicate with you to tell you what’s wrong. So how do you know when to pay the vet a visit?