Bloat is the second leading killer of dogs next to cancer. Death can occur in less than an hour, so knowing the symptoms and getting to Emergency Veterinary care as quickly as possible is of utmost importance. Common symptoms of Bloat are a distended abdomen, unsuccessful vomiting, drooling, pale gums and nose, and difficulty breathing. Bloat most often occurs in large chested dogs.
Our Emergency kits were designed with the intention of allowing your dog the best possible chance at survival and may give your animal that extra boost needed in order to arrive in time for Veterinary Treatment.