1. If you’re taking your animal to the vet for an ailment, get video of them coughing, breathing strangely, limping, etc. Animals may not show the ailment at the vet’s office and the video can help the vet diagnose your furry friend.
My dog has had epilepsy for over six years but because she also has a heart murmur every time she had an episode, our old vet would want expensive ekg’s and start talking about heart meds.
We take one video of her episode and immediately the new vet says that has nothing to do with cardiovascular ailment, that’s neurological. And she’s been fine since on the right meds.