4th of July Safety

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The 4th of July can be a day for fun and celebration. But for those of us with pets, it’s often a time of stress. We’ve put together some tips to help you and your pets get through the holiday as smoothly as possible. Plan your day When possible, walk your dog before it gets …

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Fireworks are Not Festive for our Furry Ones

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By Jacqui Dziak Those booms we are already hearing can only mean one thing- 4th of July is right around the corner. 4th of July celebrations include fireworks and back yard gatherings- and the following reminders to keep your pets safe and feeling secure during the upcoming holiday weekend. Backyard BBQs may seem harmless enough, …

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6/25: Change in Hours & Service Updates

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Pet Adoptions & Animal Shelter Services: Beginning June 29, our animal shelter and related sheltering services will be open seven days a week BY APPOINTMENT ONLY from 11am to 6pm. This includes adoptions, lost & found, and general pet assistance. Our kennels are NOT open to walk through visitors. Adopt a pet with our virtual …

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Headed Back to Work? Prepare Your Pets

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As Safer at Home restrictions loosen, many pet owners and foster parents are returning to work outside of the home. Our pets thrive on routine, and any change—small or large—may affect their behavior. Help ease the transition for you and your pets, with these tips: Settle into a new routine gradually before you head back …

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To Couple, or Not to Couple? That is the Question.

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By Jacqui Dziak If you have a pet, you have probably at some point considered adding a companion for your pet and wondered if it is a good decision. The short answer: it depends. Like us humans, most pets do well with a partner. Also similar to humans, some prefer to remain single. Here are …

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