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We all know about how handling emergencies with our canine companions, but I'm very concerned about getting them care should something bad happen to me while they're alone at home. I'm in very good health for 63---thanks in part to my pups---but we live alone, I'm diabetic and, hey, accidents happen. They're chipped, of course, and they also have special collar tags from a company that engraves both sides, 5 lines per side, 25 characters per line (!!). I have an ASPCA wallet card and ASPCA decals on my front and rear house doors. My MedicAlert bracelet contact list contains people who know about my dogs, but only one is local and, after all, the MedicAlert process is organized for people not animals; the process could be unreliable and very time-consuming relative to getting care for them at all and quickly. Does anyone know about other emergency procedures that might help? Also, I want to have a wallet card much more substantial than the ASPCA paper card and that contains more information. Does anyone know of such a card commercially available? I thought about just having one locally printed and laminated but I thought I'd check here first.
Thanks, guys!! I worry about this .