July is National Pet Hydration Awareness Month which is important for us in North Texas with temperatures over 100 degrees. Your pet needs constant access to clean, fresh water! Also, do not keep your pet in direct sunlight and avoid too much activity or time outdoors. In addition, be mindful of where you walk your […]
Pet Fire Safety Day is July 15th. Here are some tips for pet fire safety including how to Prepare, Prevent and Practice. Keep open flames away from pets. Prepare for fires by placing a pet rescue sticker on your front door. Practice your emergency exit plan with pets.
Contrary to popular belief, “doggy breath” is not normal for your pets. In fact, it could be one of the first signs that your furry pal is developing dental disease. Protect your pet and schedule a dental checkup today!