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How to Give Subcutaneous Fluids to a Cat

In this pet care video we are going to learn how to give subcutaneous fluids to a cat. There are many reasons your veterinarian may prescribe sq fluids. The primary reason is to correct dehydration, which may be due to an acute illness or a chronic illness such as kidney failure. SQ fluids can be very effective in treating dehydration. This video is NOT meant to replace the advice of your regular vet.

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