List/Grid Safety Subscribe RSS feed of category Safety

Keep your pets safe this holiday season

Keep your pets safe this holiday season

Veterinarians at the University of California, Davis, offer some helpful tips to keep your pets safe this holiday season.

While the holidays are filled with traditional foods and decorations, those same items can cause harm to your pets if ingested. Every year at the UC Davis William R. Pritchard Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital, veterinarians treat pets that get sick from eating the holiday decorations and treats.

Continue Reading–33 words totally

Protect Pets from Extreme Cold

Protect Pets from Extreme Cold

 

The Humane Society of the United States is reminding pet owners of the safety precautions to take when extreme cold weather sets in.



Continue Reading–28 words totally

Keep Holidays Happy with Safe Gifts for your Pets

Keep Holidays Happy with Safe Gifts for your Pets

A trip to the vet is the last thing a pet parent wants to be faced with during the busy holiday season. Instead, keep the holidays jolly by ensuring pets receive the proper gift under the tree or when lighting the menorah.

 

Petco and Veterinarian Marty Becker have teamed up to put together their top choices for safe holiday gifts for four-legged family members.

Continue Reading–117 words totally

Safe gift options for pets

Safe gift options for pets

Pet owners who want to give their animals gifts during the holidays have a wide variety of safe options at area stores.

When it comes to safe toys for dogs and cats, Kong brand is a popular option.

Veterinarian Jan Pol, who practices near Weidman and stars in the Nat Geo Wild network’s “The Incredible Dr. Pol,” urges pet owners to only get toys that can’t harm and recommends Kong rubber toys.

Continue Reading–47 words totally

Gibi: A Pet GPS Location Service | Launches Indiegogo Campaign

Gibi: A Pet GPS Location Service | Launches Indiegogo Campaign

Gibi developed the best pet GPS location service (tracking).  We will help find your lost pet — quickly, accurately, and reliably. Using Gibi's stylish devices and easy-to-use app, it is simple to find your pet. With the press of a button on your smart phone or computer, up pops a Google map with your pet's exact location and turn-by-turn directions to her.

Continue Reading–49 words totally

Foster a pet stranded after Hurricane Sandy

Foster a pet stranded after Hurricane Sandy

If you are a New Yorker, and a pet lover, you will know that not only humans were displaced due to Hurricane Sandy, and FosterASandyPet.org have taken an initiative that gives people the opportunity to make a difference – by offering a temporary safe home for a pet whose family has been displaced by the disaster. As the clean up from Sandy continues, in some cases, providing a foster home is the only way to keep pets out of shelters and allow them to reunite with their families.

Continue Reading–49 words totally

Keep your pets safe this holiday with these tips

Keep your pets safe this holiday with these tips

The Holiday season is a time to enjoy with the whole family, even the pets, so the Pima Animal Care Center (PACC) has some tips for keeping your pets safe.

One of the easiest things that can be done is to give your pets their own area or space during the hubbub of the season. This will help keep them indoors and avoid being underfoot.

Continue Reading–10 words totally

Recall Alert | Heated Mats for Pets Recalled

Recall Alert | Heated Mats for Pets Recalled

Heated Mats for Pets Recalled by World Class Due to Fire and Electrical Shock Hazards to Consumers; Sold Exclusively at Amazon.com

The following product safety recall was voluntarily conducted by the firm in cooperation with the CPSC. Consumers should stop using the product immediately unless otherwise instructed. It is illegal to resell or attempt to resell a recalled consumer product.

Continue Reading–46 words totally

© 9607 Pezoogle News. All rights reserved. XHTML / CSS Valid.

Bad Behavior has blocked 324 access attempts in the last 7 days.