Safety Tips

realgooddogrescue on June 30th, 2012

Are you seeing what we’re seeing a lot? Dogs left unattended in vehicles on triple digit days! How stupid can you be? Yet the individuals that do this rationalize it by saying: he/she loves to go on a ride with me it’s only for a few minutes it’s not that hot out there I parked […]

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realgooddogrescue on January 9th, 2012

Raise your hands if you’ve ever given your Fred or Fredora a table scrap. Hands raised all over, I can tell. While many of us do that, we definitely should be limiting that practice – because table scraps can provoke a variety of health problems, including pancreatitis and, in some cases, death. For those of […]

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admin on January 2nd, 2012

If you keep up with the newest holiday listings and reasons to send holiday cards, you’ll see that pretty much anyone can make up a holiday these days! If you look at The Ultimate Holiday Site (Hallmark, of course) you’ll see that yesterday alone (Jan. 1) even if we celebrated New Year’s Day we likely […]

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admin on May 9th, 2011

We just got this ‘news bulletin’ from another area rescuer….KEEP YOUR PETS SAFE. With all the flooding we’re having now, a predator is on the loose. Coyotes are coming out of the wooded river bottoms and they will come right up to your house, attack and take your animals. Even fences aren’t a barrier to […]

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ltrenthem on May 3rd, 2011

Even if you are not in an area under water right now, anything that is seeks higher ground: fleas/ticks/snakes. Make sure you have fresh flea/tick control on your pet and be aware snakes are moving and seeking higher ground. This may put them in contact with your dog. If you see swelling, limping, extreme lethargy […]

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