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Electrical Burns on Pets

Kittens, puppies and pets who gnaw are especially vulnerable

 

MetPet.com Staff Writer

A pet that chews on electrical cords can burn its mouth or even suffer electrocution.  Make sure that all electrical cords are well out of the way of pets by bundling them up, covering them with electrician's tape or placing them inside a plastic cable collector.   This is especially important with young animals or during the holidays when lights are put up around the house. 

If you come across a pet that has been rendered unconscious from chewing on an electrical cord, turn off the electricity before you touch him!  Have someone call your vet and drive you there as you administer CPR.  Death can results from cardiac or respiratory arrest. 

Even if your pet is conscious, electrical shock can cause severe damage to the tissues of the mouth and can result in fluid in the lungs (pulmonary edema) that is characterized by breathing problems and coughing.   You will need to take your pet to the vet in any case.

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