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Help Furry Friends Animal Rescue Feed Pets in Need!

Help Furry Friends Animal Rescue Feed Pets in Need!

Between August 4th to August 31st, every time a new Facebook post gets “LIKED” on our Facebook Page, Legacy Veterinary Hospital will donate a scoop of pet food to Furry Friends Animal Rescue.  By “LIKING” these stories every day and encouraging your friends to do the same, we can donate an enormous amount of food to pets in need!

The more virtual “LIKES”…the more REAL food!

There’s no cost involved, just 15 seconds of your time per day.

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Furry Friends Animal Rescue

Furry Friends Animal Rescue (FFAR) was founded in June 2013 by over 20  experienced fosters and volunteers who wanted to start their own all-breed rescue group to save cats and dogs primarily from Collin and Denton County animal shelters and Arlington Animal Shelter.

Interested in helping Furry Friends Animal Rescue?

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National Mutt Day

National Mutt Day was created in 2005 by Celebrity Pet Expert and Animal Welfare Advocate, Colleen Paige, and is celebrated on both July 31st and December 2nd. National Mutt Day is all about embracing, saving and celebrating mixed breed dogs.

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Beach Safety Tips for Dogs

Besides the ocean, there are many other dangers that your dog can encounter at the beach. Being alert and attentive and following some of these rules will make your beach getaway proceed without problems!

First, make sure to adhere to the beach’s specific rules as these are actually laws and you can be given a citation or fine. Some common laws include cleaning up after your dog, requiring your dog to wear a collar and ID tags and be up-to-date on vaccinations, be on a leash, and so on. Make sure to check prior to leaving to see if your beach destination is pet friendly!

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Pet Fire Safety Tips

Did you know that although 1,000 house fires are caused by pets each year, approximately 500,000 pets per year are affected by house fires?  To spread awareness and help keep pets safe, the American Kennel Club (AKC) and ADT Security Services have joined together to make July 15th National Pet Fire Safety Day. Compiled here are some easy and helpful tips to keep your pet safe from fire.

Pet proof your home – Walk around your home to make sure there aren’t any loose wires, appliances, or any other areas where your pet could start a fire.

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Introducing the Legacy Veterinary App

Check out our App! legacy vet app We are excited to introduce our new smartphone app!  From the app you can easily re-order food or a prescription, get pet food recall alerts, schedule a medical/grooming appointment or boarding stay, get special offers, submit photos and more!  To download, simply go to: Google Play Link...

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July 4th and Pet Safety

It’s almost the 4th of July and while that means water, fireworks, BBQs, and fun for humans, for pets this holiday could be anything but. See the following safety tips to keep the holiday weekend fun for both you and your pets.

Public fireworks displays: Do not bring your pets to see fireworks. Animals are much more sensitive to noise than humans and the loud noises can scare many animals and many get lost. Pets should be left at home where it is quieter and escape-proof.

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