When to go to the vet without delay
After examining your Jack, you must decide whether to go to the vet immediately or whether you can wait for the disease to develop further, which may go away the next day.
Unfortunately, your pet cannot complain about improvement or deterioration, so the decision is entirely up to you. With some infectious diseases, the number of hours counts, and the sooner you give your Jack the right help, the better his prognosis will be.
Here are the main signs of urgency to see a doctor:
No pulse, no breathing or difficulty breathing, pale or blue gums and tongue, broken limb visible to the naked eye, bleeding, any serious injury, snakebite, heat stroke, fever over 40 g, bloody stools or vomiting, bloating, loss of consciousness and orientation, blood in urine, crying when urinating, bleeding from the genitals.