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Shark Awareness Day

Happy Shark Awareness Day!

Sharks have been a very popular topic in the news recently.  For those of you who will be following the Shark Week programming on the Discovery Channel, you can find the schedule now on their website: http://www.discovery.com/tv-shows/shark-week/.  The website is full of facts, trivia, entertainment as well as shark news. For the shark enthusiast, it is the ultimate website!

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Pet Food Recall

Stella & Chewy’s of Oak Creek, Wisconsin, announced it is voluntarily recalling a number of both frozen and freeze-dried products due to possible exposure to other foods contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes bacteria.

What’s Being Recalled?

Freeze-Dried Chewy’s Chicken Dinner for Dogs /15oz/UPC: 186011000045/Lot: 111-15 and Use By Date: 4/23/2016

Freeze-Dried Chewy’s Chicken Dinner for Dogs /15oz/UPC: 186011000045/Lot: 111-15 and Use By Date: 4/26/2016

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Pet Fire Safety

According to the National Fire Protection Association, each year more than 1,000 house fires are accidentally started by pets. As part of National Preparedness Month, we suggest you take a minute to pet proof your home against potential fire hazards—it could mean the difference between life and death for your four-legged friends. Our friends at the ASPCA shared these tips below.

Secure wires and cords. Cats are especially interested in playing with anything that looks like string. Keep electrical wires and power cords secured and out of your pet’s reach.

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ADOPT-A-CAT MONTH®

Brought to you in June by American Humane Association

Each spring during “kitten season,” thousands of newborn kittens join the millions of cats already in shelters across the country. That means your local shelter has tons of cute, cuddly newborns, in addition to all the mellow, older cats and everything in between. And the shelter staff are ready to help you adopt your very first cat — or to bring home a friend for another beloved cat!

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How is Lyme disease transmitted?

In the USA, the bacteria are transmitted to people and animals by the bite of an infected blacklegged tick, Ixodes scapularis, commonly called the deer tick, and Ixodes pacificus (western black legged tick) in the West. Although other types of ticks such as the Dermancentor variabilis (american dog) and some insects have been shown to carry the Lyme bacteria, to date, transmission of Lyme through those vectors has not been proven. Note: Other tick borne disease have been transmitted though the blood supply.

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