The city where you and your family have been living for several months is an exciting new world that is gradually becoming your new home. But on this unusually hot January evening, everything changes. Your beloved dog Max, who you brought with you from your home country, suddenly shows worrying signs. He is trembling all over, convulsing, whimpering in pain and vomiting repeatedly. Panic grips your heart as you look into Max’s suffering eyes

You are desperate because it is the middle of the night, and you have no idea where the nearest veterinary practice offering an emergency service is. In desperation, you run into the street and ask passers-by, but nobody can help you. Just as you are about to give up, you meet a friendly man who is able to help you in broken English. With Max in your arms, you run to the doctor’s surgery, who injects him with an antidote and saves him. The next day you can take him home safe and sound.

Even if it is not in human nature to prepare for disasters, do it for the sake of your loved ones. Where is the nearest vet offering emergency services? Who is the contact person? What language is spoken there? Where is the practice? How do you get there? Where is the entrance?

Time is often the difference between life and death in these situations.

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