Hurt KittyYou’re a loving pet parent who has all the latest and greatest toys, yummiest foods, and softest beds for your dog or cat.  But do you know where the nearest emergency vet clinic is?

Being prepared for a pet emergency is one of the most important skills you can learn to be a great pet parent.

Although emergency pet first aid is not a substitute for veterinary care, it can be a life-safer between the time of an accident and your arrival at the vet clinic.  You’ll want to be sure you have a well stocked pet first aid kit at the ready, as well as consider taking a course in pet first aid to brush up on your care skills.  Take a look at our helpful resources to be sure you are ready when your pet most needs you.

Knoxville Pet First Aid Classes:

American Red Cross, Knoxville Chapter, 865.588.1835

PETCO Online Pet First Aid Course,

Knoxville Emergency Vet Clinics:Hurt Dog

After-Hours Pet Emegency Clinic, 865.966.3888

Animal Emergency Critical Care and Referral Center, 865.693.4440

Knoxville Pet Emergnecy Clinic, 865.637.0114

ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center, 888.426.4435

First Aid Online Literature:

American Veterinary Medical Association

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