The worst happens--someone leaves the iron on, or there's a short circuit from the water heater, or maybe a grass fire blows up into out-of-control proportions. The past couple of years have been scary with wild fires. I've written about disaster preparation before but you also need to know what to do in case your puppy suffers burns or smoke inhalation.
Because of the fur, some injuries may not be obvious. And pups that survive fires can still suffer injury or even die from smoke inhalation HOURS after the fire is extinguished. Learn how to recognize burns, signs of smoke inhalation, and what to do in this latest article on treating puppies' burns.