- Make sure your pet has lots of shade and fresh water due to heat of day and the bar-b-que pit a flame. Heat stroke can occur in minutes and can be fatal.
- Watch out for what falls out of the picnic baskets and off the grills. Many foods can cause stomach upset for your pet.
- If your pet suffers from anxiety of loud noises, keep them indoors in a secure place. If your pet is outdoors, make sure all fences are secure and have an ID tag or microchip in case they run off. ...
As the weather heats up, ensure your pet is safe from the heat! ☀️
HEATSTROKE can happen very rapidly and can be fatal.
▪️ Make sure your pet has plenty of shade & fresh water at all times. ▪️ Monitor your pet closely while out & about in the sun. ▪️ Be aware of signs/symptoms related with heatstroke. ▪️ Never leave a pet in a vehicle unattended. ▪️ Walk your pet early morning hours before temps heats up.
⚠️ Seek IMMEDIATE help if you suspect your pet may be having a heatstroke; The longer the wait, the worse the consequence ⚠️ ...
Hurricane season is upon us. Make sure your pet has their Hurricane package together and ready to go. This should include the following: 1) A copy of your pet's vaccination and medical history. If your pet is not current on their vaccinations, you need to update them immediately, in case you are forced to board your pet if you are displaced. 2) Identification such as an ID tag with a contact name and phone numbers [cell & home] and/or a microchip. Make sure all contact information is current. 3) Food and water for 1-2 weeks. For your feline friends, do not forget their litter box and cat litter. 4) Your pet's special needs like medications and special diets for 2-3 weeks. Do not forget their Heartworm and flea preventions. 5) Extra collars and leashes. 6) List of pet friendly hotels and campsites. Read through all animal policies of your destination. It is best during an evacuation to take your pets. They will be safer with you. ...
1) Make sure all pets are up to date on vaccinations. 2) All pets should have ID's-name tags and/or microchip with current infomation. 3) Beware of Wild and Stray animals wandering into neighborhoods. Also beware of snakes and ant beds floating in high water. 4) Pets drinking standing water may get sick. This may contain contaminants- toxins (like pesticides, sewerage, household and auto chemicals), viruses, and parasites. 5) WATCH OUT for ELECTRICAL WIRES, they may be live wires and can electrocute you and your pets.
IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY, CONTACT YOUR REGULAR VET OR NEAREST ANIMAL EMERGENCY HOSPITAL.