One risk of treating your pet at home is the potential for misdiagnosis, which can result in inappropriate or ineffective treatment due to the lack of proper veterinary training.
Treating pets at home can lead to delayed or inadequate treatment due to limited access to necessary medications, procedures, and equipment available to veterinarians.
Delayed or incorrect treatment at home can worsen conditions, leading to complications, prolonged suffering, and potentially life-threatening situations for pets.
Treating your pet at home means missing out on the expertise and guidance of trained veterinarians who can provide the most appropriate care based on their extensive training.
Treating your pet at home with temporary symptom relief can mask underlying health issues that may progress unnoticed, potentially leading to a more severe condition.
Wrong medication or dosage can harm pets due to variations in tolerances and sensitivities to medications among different species and individuals.
Treating your pet at home without proper knowledge may inadvertently expose them to allergens or medications that can trigger adverse reactions due to their allergies or sensitivities.
Treating your pet at home without proper qualifications or licenses may inadvertently lead to a violation of regulations in certain jurisdictions.