Pet Tips

Pets should not be left outside in the cold for extended periods of time!

During the winter, outdoor cats sometimes sleep under the hoods of cars…

If there are cats in the area where you live, pound on the hood of your car before starting it to give a cat a chance to get away.   Provided courtesy of Maryland SPCA.  For more winter pet tips, go to

http://www.mdspca.org/updates/detail/cold-weather-pet-safety-tips

Both dogs and cats crave fresh greens…

which explains why they eat grass, however resulting many times with sick tummies.

Please keep pets out of locked hot cars this Summer!  

Even with your windows partially open, the temperature inside of a vehicle can easliy reach well over 100 degrees.

Keep Paws off Hot Asphalt!

As temperatures rise, so do parking lots and driveways..  If thes paved areas are too hot for your bare feet, they are also too hot for your pet’s paw pads!


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A happy owner makes for a happy pet. Check back soon for new tips that will make both of your lives happier and easier.