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Can it wait?

“A VETERINARY emergency is usually obvious, such as profuse bleeding that won’t stop, difficulty vet Karen Coumbe MRCVS. “But other problems may require immediate attention. Continuous diarrhoea can cause dangerous dehydration, for example, while eye injury or ulceration can lead to permanent loss of vision.

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