Today, we are going to learn about other common issues, such as lessening the pain of a swollen paw, taking care of a heatstroke case, dealing with broken bones, and stopping external bleeding. A swollen paw may not be a serious or dangerous issue, but it could make us feel uncomfortable as it’s a very sensitive body part for us. The strong sun rays could cause heatstroke in any dog. So how do you ensure a doggy avoids heatstroke? As we grow older, our bones may not be as strong as before. The risk of falling and fractures also becomes higher. It’s essential to learn how to manage or stop the blood flow before your animal companion receives the necessary treatment at the animal clinic.