Sometimes pets get injured, just like people. If your pet has been injured by something in the house, outside or another animal and suffered a cut, you should get them to a vet as soon as possible. However, before you go, you will need to clean up the cut for your pet's comfort and to avoid infection. In this video, Dr. Lauren tells you how to clean and care for a cut on your dog or cat, until you can get it professionally patched up.
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