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Effective 12/01/2016, BOTH strains of Canine Influenza Vaccine are REQUIRED in order to board your pet 💉
& highly recommended if your pet is around other dogs; parks, groomers, day care etc :)
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⚠️ Tips for a safe & happy Thanksgiving! 🐶♥️🐱 ...

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HALLOWEEN IS FAST APPROACHING-- BE SURE TO KEEP YOUR 4-LEGGED FRIENDS SAFE:

🐾 Keep ALL CANDY/TREATS away & in a secure location.
🐾 Assure pets are either on leash or a safe, confined area to avoid any escapees.
🐾 If dressing up your pet, make sure he/she is comfortable in it prior to the big night-- should not restrict movement nor breathing.
🐾 Keep any decorations and candles out of reach, includng any wires or electrical cords, as they can be a hazard.
🐾 Because pets can be easily stressed, assure there are no big, loud decorations that may scare them.
🐾 Keep any plants (pumpkins, corn on the cob) away from paws reach as it could be a choking hazard.
🐾 Make sure your pet is properly IDENTIFIED w/ up to date tags &/or MICROCHIP.
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AUTUMN IS HERE! 🍃 ...

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Precautions for the 4th of July---

- 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.
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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 ⚠️
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