Posts Tagged: Pet Safety
The summer has a lot going for it, but for all the fun and good times there are an equal number of precautions to consider. For example, sustained rising temperatures are very risky to summer pet safety – but that’s just the beginning!
Summer block parties, fireworks displays, and even laid-back backyard BBQ’s can all pose threats to the pets we know and love.Continue…
There is a certain joy in recapping the year at its close. Be it major world events, television finales, or celebrity mishaps, there seems to be a sort of thrill that comes with reveling in things passed. Join Old Derby Animal Hospital, then, in seeing 2018 off well by recapping our top five pet care blogs of the year.
The holidays are here, and guess who’s already noticed the change in seasons? Our pets, of course! Carefully tuned into even the subtlest changes, they know something’s up the second we bring something different into the home. Perhaps they see us lugging a great evergreen tree through the door, struggling with decor, or maybe they notice we’re eating a little more than usual.
Despite all this cheery chaos, the team at Old Derby Animal Hospital wants to help you and your pet relax and enjoy the season with these holiday pet safety tips.Continue…
Pets sure do know how to find trouble, don’t they? Whether it’s toxins, foreign bodies, or injuries, they really can find themselves in veritable jams. Luckily, they are limited to an incident every once in awhile, but then comes summer. With it’s BBQ’s, block parties, parades, and more, an adherence to summer pet safety can get quickly relegated to the back burner.
Don’t fret! Old Derby Animal Hospital has some tips and tricks, so you and your pet can get through the hottest, busiest months of the year without a single worry.
First, the Heat
We couldn’t talk about summer pet safety without some information about the effects of heat on our furry friends. It is absolutely critical to keep pets cool and comfortable throughout the day. To that end, please be sure to follow these measures: Continue…
Our pets are fun-loving, adventurous, and playful. Unfortunately, these endearing characteristics can sometimes get them into trouble! Most of us will experience a pet emergency at some point in their lives, and so it’s a good idea to be prepared. But, how can you tell when it is an actual emergency?
It’s a difficult decision: Do we go in now, or wait until morning?