By Dr. Amanda Rouen Learning Responsibility Living in a household with a pet can teach kids responsibility and empathy. Pets need our help to provide food, exercise, clean bedding, and a loving environment. Caring for a pet and getting their love in return is a great way for kids to learn that being dependable and kind are two great things to be! Better Overall Well-Being It has been shown that having a pet decreases stress, anxiety and loneliness.
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By Kayla Reiff Accidents happen to everyone, including your pets. For example, would you know what to do if your dog ate some leftover Easter chocolate? What if your cat started seizing right in front of you? By remembering and following some basic first aid steps, you may avoid feelings of panic during events like these – and potentially save your pet’s life until you can get to a veterinary hospital. It is extremely important
By Bethany Mihalik, CVPM, MHRM, CVT, CCFP Did you know that May 3rd is the National Specially-abled Pets Day? This day of observation is designed to educate the public about caring for disabled pets. Disabled pets make wonderful family members. Handicapped pets don’t know that they’re different from abled pets, and generally have little trouble adapting to the circumstances. Some pets are born with disabilities, while others acquire them through injury, disease or just old