From Our Founder
SUMMER IS HERE AND SO IS THE HEAT!
Are you familiar with the seven-second rule? With intense heat that the summer brings, you must remember that the pads of your dogs' feet are just as sensitive as your own - so therefore do the seven-second rule!
If you can place the back of your hand on the pavement, and hold it there for seven seconds - your pooch can go for a walk! If you cannot hold the back of your hand in place, PLEASE KEEP YOUR DOG INSIDE until it is cooler outside.
Also keep in mind the signs of heat stroke - open-mouth breathing/panting, red gums, vomiting, lethargy and difficult to move. Use COOL - not cold - water on your pet focusing on the head, neck, pads of the feet and underside of the body between the legs to bring their temperature down. A normal dog temperature is 101 - 102 degrees.
We have a lot of things going on this summer and our Wellness Center will be open even for same day appointments. Call us if you need our advice!
Always remember, anyone of any income level can use our services - there is no need to "qualify". Refer a friend anytime!
Thank you for your support!
Laura Zain, Founder
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