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ASPCA's Cold Weather Pet Tips

Exposure to winter’s dry, cold air and chilly rain, sleet and snow can cause chapped paws and itchy, flaking skin, but these aren’t the only discomforts pets can suffer. Winter walks can become downright dangerous if chemicals from ice-melting agents are licked off of bare paws. To help prevent cold weather dangers from affecting your pet’s health, please heed the following advice from our experts:

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Thanksgiving Pet Safety

PLEASE DON'T FEED TURKEY TO YOUR PETS!

While it may seem like just a small piece of turkey skin is harmless, it can actually cause a life-threatening inflammation of the pancreas called pancreatitis.

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Autumn Pet Safety Tips

Below are some great pet safety tips from the ASPCA!

There’s nothing like the crisp, cool air and luscious foliage to get you excited for the changing seasons. Your pet, too, is probably welcoming a break from summer's hot, sticky weather. But fall is also a time of lurking dangers for our furry friends. From household poisons to cold weather hazards, there are important pet safety issues to consider.

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July 4th Pet Safety

Pet safety recommendations from the AVMA for July 4th celebrations:

  • Leave your pets at home when you go to parties, fireworks displays, parades and other gatherings. Loud fireworks, unfamiliar places and crowds can all be very frightening to pets, and there’s great risk of pets becoming spooked and running away.
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PLEASE DON'T LEAVE YOUR PETS IN THE CAR!

PLEASE DON'T LEAVE YOUR PETS IN THE CAR!

Every summer, hundreds of pets die from heat exhaustion because they are left in parked vehicles. 

In 20 minutes, the temperature in a car can rise almost 30ºF!

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Pet Weather Safety Tips

Below are pet weather safety tips from the National Weather Service: http://www.weather.gov/mqt/petsafety

Severe Weather

Keep pets in mind when severe weather strikes. Bring pets indoors.

Flooding

Confine pets to one room of the home. Make plans to care for your pets in case you must evacuate. Watch animals closely and keep them under your direct control.

Winter Weather

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