4th Of July

It’s getting close to that day of the year again! Patriotic spirit comes out in everyone. It seems like freedom flows through the air. Yes, it is the 4th of July, independence day. Cookouts, playing with your pets, and then there is fireworks. Fireworks are fun to watch and listen to for most of us. Our pets don’t seem to care for them too much. Barking, cowering in fear, and stress because they don’t know what it is. What can we do to help them get through that? Keep them inside and make them a “safety den” where they feel they can go during that uncomfortable time. Maybe, it would be easier to use a crate or something. Make sure they like it. Then, when you know it is getting towards that time tire them out so they don’t injure themselves when freaking out or over exert themselves. Have a nice, safe holiday!

Memorial Day

Memorial day is a day set aside to celebrate and remember those who died for our country. So, you probably think of your dad or uncle….but, what about those pets that die for our country too? K-9 unit dogs, bomb-sniffing bees, even soldier bears are used. Imagine that! There are plenty others out there too. So, when you are thinking of those fallen think of more than just people, think of pets.


(the picture is of a seal a.k.a “navy seal” used for underwater mines)

National Pet Month

Did you know….. This month is National Pet month? April, 11th 2011 is  National Pet Day. National Pet Day was created by the Animal Miracle Network. So, make a donation to keep those miracles coming. Also, Animal Miracle Network created Kids and Pets Day to celebrate the special bond between children and pets. Other Holidays include: World Veterinary Day ( April, 30th),Pet Owners Independence Day (April, 18th), and don’t forget Easter is just around the corner! So, how are you going to celebrate this month full of Holidays? Give your pet a hug and something special. Tell us how you are going to make National Pet month special.