Halloween Safety Tips For Your Pet, Sometimes It Can Be Spooky For Them
July 4th is a tough holiday for pets, but so is Halloween. People always knocking on your door, screaming for candy, all kinds of strangers coming in your yard. This isn't normal to your pet and sometimes they are afraid. Here are some tips from WANE and the ASPCA: Pets will be safest if kept inside the house or keep them in a kennel, especially if they feel safe in it ...
Dangerous Even on a Cool Day
Unfortunately there are tragic stories each summer about pets and children left in vehicles on hot summer days. While there has been a growing awareness about these dangers when outdoor temperatures are hot, it is important to remember that even on cooler days that it can still get dangerously hot in a vehicle.

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