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Caring for your Boston Terrier
Another aspect of caring for Boston Terrier health is knowing what conditions to watch for and when to seek emergency care. During the life of your dog things are likely to go smoothly, but sometimes there can be an incident and by knowing when to seek emergency attention you can help keep the condition from becoming a tragic event.
Getting hit by a car is one of the most common incidents that can affect a Boston Terrier or any breed. It is important that if your Boston Terrier is hit by a car that you seek veterinary care right away since every minute lost is one that could lead to your dog's death. Also Boston Terriers can chock on small objects such as balls and bones. If you notice your dog gasping for breath or being unable to breath then you should perform the Heimlich maneuver and take them to the veterinarian right away.
Boston Terrier health is affected by certain health illnesses that other breeds aren't at risk for. By knowing these conditions and what to look for you can avoid these life-threatening conditions for your Boston Terrier.
While there are certain health condition unique to the Boston Terrier this doesn't meant they are more time consuming to care for than other breeds. Rather the Boston Terrier is one of the least time consuming dog breeds.
Breathing problems are the biggest health concern for Boston Terriers. If your dog runs too much or becomes too stressed then breathing issues can arise. The Boston Terrier has the most breathing problems of all other breeds because of their short noses. You should try to soothe your dog when they are having breathing problems and if the breathing doesn't soon improve then you need to take them to the veterinarian right away.
Veterinary medicine has really expanded and there are many options available when it comes to the treatment of your pet. So if you ever feel your pet needs emergency treatment you should take them to the veterinarian right away.