News — Disaster preparedness for pets
Winterize Your Pet
As we head to cooler temps, now is the time to prepare for your pets needs. While most people routinely winterize their house, cars and wardrobe, it is absolutely essential to include your pets in the winterization process. All pets should have wellness check-ups by their vet to ensure they are ready for winter. Cold weather can further irritate arthritis and other medical conditions and make it more difficult for your pet to regulate their body temperate. Make sure your furry friend is protected from vents that can be blowing hot and cold air which can be drying to their skin and coat...
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Emergency Preparedness for Your Pets
2020 has been an epic year filled with hurricanes along the eastern seaboard and the gulf, tornados in the south and firestorms in the west. Now more than ever, it is important to have an Emergency Preparedness Plan that also includes your family pets. If the threat is dangerous for you, there are also hazards for your pet. If you are evacuating your home, be sure to bring your pet along with you. If you hunker down, make sure you are stocked up on supplies. Disaster preparedness can save your best friend’s life. Many preparedness lists often omit the...
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