Scold the dog for crossing the road
Thank the driver of the car for teaching your dog a lesson
Call the vet to make an appointment for next week
Call your veterinarian or emergency clinic and prepare to bring the dog in
Yes, the cat is straining to urinate or defecate, and should be examined.
No, the cat just can't make up its mind whether it wants to use the litterbox. You can call the vet after the weekend.
Rabbits are not known to eat during the day.
Lack of appetite in a small mammal could be an indicator of a potential illness and needs to be addressed by a vet.
Try offering something tasty, maybe the rabbit just prefers a treat or a different diet.
None of the above.
Wait a few hours to see if she gets better, maybe its just a bad sprain
Try to set the leg, using sticks, rolled up newspaper and masking tape, then rush to the vet
Try to stabilize the leg, without causing further injury, and get someone to drive you to the emergency vet immediately
Give her an aspirin or and advil and rush her to the vet, as she is clearly in a lot of pain
I would not dare interfere with someone else's pet.
You would step in right away and politely but firmly explain that chocolate could be toxic and offer to drive them to the nearest vet clinic
Chocolate chips are too small to cause a problem, interference is not required
What a waste, I would ask if I could have some chocolate
Offer your friend to take them out with pliers
Offer your friend to bring the dog to the vet clinic
Offer your friend another beer, and laugh at the dog's funny face
Run into the bush to see if you can catch the porcupine
Go to the pet store to pick up some hairball remedy
Wait until tomorrow to see your regular vet
Bring the cat in for an exam
Cook some lean meat with rice, to see if it will settle the stomach
Too much work