Keep Your Pet Cool In The Hot Florida Summer Heat It’s just about summer and that means hot Florida sun! Limit your pets time outside on a hot day, provide…
Shopping local for your pet needs rather than shopping at national chains helps boost our local community. We all work hard for our money so why not take what you have earned and invest it back into our local economy. Doing this can help support someone’s dream.
Since you’re reading this, you must be looking for a new best friend – and hey, so am I. I’m going to love you no matter your age or what you look like, but in case those things matter to you, I am 8 years old and that’s me in the picture! I am a chow mix and about 80 pounds.
Potty training your puppy is necessary to ensure that they do not create a mess in your house. Your family members may get irritated with your puppy’s mess even if your puppy is cute. This irritation may lead to the decision of sending your beloved puppy to the shelter. We want to make sure that we provide every possible resource to avoid this situation. In this article, we will discuss a few tips that will help you potty train your puppy.
We generally forget our cats and dogs also need regular examinations and supplements like us. Talk to your local vet to learn about the specific vitamins that your pet needs. At the Humane Society of St. Lucie County, which is a no-kill animal shelter, will gladly bring you all the necessary information that you need about your pet friends.
Kittens are hands down the most adorable animals out there, and that’s why they are one of the most common pets too. But a fact about kittens is that they don’t like changes in their lives, so many people find it challenging to move with them to a new place. Most kitten parents either are new or doing it for a time want them to be happy and take the best possible care of them. So, we at HSSLC, a no-kill animal shelter and on the mission to provide extreme care to the animals are about to give you the best tips to integrate a kitten into a new home and give them the best care.
Sweetie is 8 years old. She gets along great with other dogs and is looking to spend time with her new bestfriend. Sweetie knows all the basic commands.
Local dog parks can be a great way for your pet to use up their energy. However it is important to make sure your visit to the dog park is safe.
When you sign up for monthly donations, you truly are a lifesaver. You are helping to ensure we have the resources to microchip, vaccinate, spay, and neuter homeless animals. You are also helping to provide food, shelter, and loving care to these deserving animals.
Nugget is a friendly cat who is good for kids. He is fully house trained and very playful. Nugget can high-five on command! Who says that cats can’t be trained.