Warmer temperatures are already beginning. It is important to remember that pets should not be allowed to stay in vehicles during this time. Temperatures do not have to be very high outside to become warm inside vehicles. There have already been pets found suffering inside very warm cars this year. Animals can suffer dehydration, brain damage as well as other injuries from heat. We are asking for all pet owners to be aware of the danger of leaving pets in their vehicles. Below is a chart to refer to………….
Jessie, one of our excellent Vet Technicians, will be offering another obedience class beginning on Wednesday May 15th. The classes will consist of basic manners including sitting, staying calm, etc. They will begin at 6:15pm and will be every Wednesday for 6 weeks. The cost? Only $100! This is a bargain offered by Jessie, being that she is certified by Animal Behavior College, one of the most renowned dog training schools around! Schedule your pet for “school” as soon as possible as the places will be filled quickly! Call Jessie at the hospital at 512-847-5514 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org!
May is National Pet Month! In celebration of this wonderful time of year, make sure to give your pet a little extra TLC this month and treat them to good health! This includes making sure they are up to date on vaccines and checkups!