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Traveling with your pets this Thanksgiving

By Christina Valenta | November 18, 2016

It’s that time of year again! Time to pack up the kids, load up the car and tote the family to the various friend and family obligations around the country. For many of us, this also means packing up your pet. If you’re planning a road trip with your four-legged friend, make sure that you are prepared. Here are some of our favorite tips for keeping you and your pet happy this holiday! Make sure everything is up to date Before you travel, make sure your pet’s vaccinations and records are up to date. Keep copies of any important information…

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Meet our Pet of the Month, Timber!

By Christina Valenta | November 1, 2016

November is a month of giving thanks. This month, we’d like to give thanks to this cutie, our Pet of the Month, Timber. This Hungarian, Short-Haired Vizsla puppy is a cutie and just one of the many reasons we love going to work every day! Keep a look out for next months’ Pet of the Month!

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National Pet Obesity Awareness Day

By Christina Valenta | October 12, 2016

Did you know that over half of pets in most households are overweight? According to a survey conducted by The Association for Pet Obesity Prevention, 58.6% of dogs and 58.2% of cats are either overweight or obese. Obesity can cause a host of health issues for your pet, like type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure and heart disease. So how can you prevent your pet from gaining too much weight? Talk to your vet Whether you’re trying to help an already heavy pet lose weight or maintain, your vet is a source of expert advice. They can help you understand…

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We Need Your Help!

Currently, the cost of feeding only one owl in our sanctuary is more than $100 each month. Every dollar we raise will aid in the care of our animals.   We appreciate your support!

Of course, much more than money goes into saving our precious wildlife. We offer countless volunteer opportunities for compassionate individuals in our community. To learn more about how you can volunteer, please call (813) 684-PETS (7387) today.

You can learn more by visiting the Wildlife Rescue Ministries website.

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