03-25-2019, 09:00 PM
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Check your yard and house to make sure there isn't any poison, harmful plant, fertilizer, weeds, grapes, etc that they might be getting into. Make sure they keep drinking plenty of water. If you think they might be dehydrated you could give them some Pedialyte or Gatorade that's not flavored to help replenish fluids.
If you're able, you should try to put away some money every few weeks so there is an emergency fund available in case something like this or possibly even worse happens to come up.
A year ago when I was looking into vet bill costs and saw things like $5,000 in one year for a vet bill I couldn't imagine how one would spend that much at the vet. I was pretty clueless because my dog's vet bill in 2018 was over $15,000. Thankfully I had pet insurance. It saved me.