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Pets Showing College Pride

Friday, September 2, 2016
posted by Jim Murphy

dogcollegesweaterThis is the time of year when many people are returning to school. Many are starting their first year of college.  People are very proud of the college that they attended. Especially if they stuck it out for the full four years, it’s very likely that they have all kinds of apparel that lets the world know exactly where they attended. Some of the most common college-related apparel items are sweaters, t-shirts, slippers, and more. But these kinds of items shouldn’t just be enjoyed by you.

Rather, they can also be proudly displayed on your pet. These college logo bearing dog sweaters are especially cute and meaningful if you had your dog throughout your college years. Although the dog clothing market is dominated by items for small dogs, they are often available in many different sizes. So whether you have a Chihuahua or a German Shepherd, you should be able to share your college pride with the entire family!

Remember, your pet’s count!

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Hurricane Pet Preparation

Friday, September 2, 2016
posted by Jim Murphy

pethurricnesupplyjpgTropical Storm Hermine is barreling up the east coast and came ashore in Florida as a Category 1 hurricane with winds over 80 mph. Many had to evacuate and thousands are with out power. Whether we realize it or not many pets were involved with this evacuation and are many are now in the dark with their owners. How do we prepare our pets for hurricanes?

Before the Hurricane:

  • Make sure that your pets are current on their vaccinations. Pet shelters may require proof of vaccines.
  • Have a current photograph of your pet.
  • Keep a collar with identification on your pet and have a leash on hand to control your pet.
  • Have a properly-sized pet carrier for each animal – carriers should be large enough for the animal to stand and turn around
  • Plan your evacuation strategy and don’t forget your pet! Specialized pet shelters, animal control shelters, veterinary clinics and friends and relatives out of harm’s way are ALL potential refuges for your pet during a disaster.

Pack a supply kit and have these items close at hand.

  • Proper identification including immunization records
    � Ample supply of food and water
    � A carrier or cage
    � Medications
    � Muzzle, collar and leash

Remember, your pet’s count!

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