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Thursday, December 24, 2009

Merry Christmas!

I hope everyone has a Merry Christmas and a safe and prosperous New Year. Do something wonderful with your loved ones this holiday season.

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Older dog?

When the weather gets cold make sure that you let your older dogs and puppies in a warm, sheltered area... in the house would be the best. Older and younger dogs, just like humans, are more susceptible to the extreme weather. Please protect them.

Sunday, December 20, 2009

Bad doggy breath?

Does your pup have bad breath? If you feed them "human" food, it may be the cause. Always be sure to check their teeth, because sometimes an abscessed tooth can be the cause. If they just have chronically stinky breath, or have plaque build up, try to brush their teeth daily with an enzymatic toothpaste. It should help.

Sunday, December 13, 2009

Don't forget to wipe your dog's feet in the winter.

Always remeber to wipe your dogs feet when they have been outside in the cold weather. There is alot of salt and other chemicles on the roads, as well as antifreeze, which can be lethal for your loved pets.
It is also a good idea to trim the long hairs between your pup's toes so he or she doesn't collect snow and ice in them.

Increase your pet's food in the cold weather.

If you have outdoor pets, or if you have very active pets, make sure to increase their food when the temperature drops. The extra protein and fat is needed to keep them warm and healthy during the winter freeze.

Saturday, December 12, 2009

Thinking about getting a dog for Christmas?

If you, or anyone you know, is thinking about buying or adopting a pup for the kids this Christmas, make sure you get them this book frist. It will help anyone understand the undertaking of getting a new furry pet.

Friday, December 11, 2009

keep your fish, birds, reptiles, hamsters, guinea pigs, etc. warm in the winter.

Alot of us keep our pet cages and aquariums near windows. It allows our pets to get some sunlight and see the outside world. In the winter try to cover their cages and aquariums at night with a blanket, if you don't already. It will help keep them warm and sheltered from the drafts, and help them sleep better. Remember to keep an eye on the blanket edges, and not let them hang where some of our mischevious pets can get to them! Always keep an eye on your fish and reptile thermometer. You may have to bump it up to keep the temperature constant. Also, try to not put your cages in front of door where the cold breezes can affect your pets.

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Protect your cats when it gets cold.

If you, or your neigbours, have outdoor cats, always remeber to tap on the hood of your vehicle before you start it. When the weather gets cold, cats will climb up next to warm engines to warm up. Starting up your vehicle could be fatal for the kitty.

Help prevent colic with your horses in cold weather.

When the weather drops below freezing horses tend to not want to drink. Always make sure your horses have plenty of clean, ice free, open water. We always tend to feed our horses more when the weather freezes, so they are more prone to getting impacted if they are not drinking enough. One great tip to make your horses drink when the weather gets cold is to pour some non-iodized table salt on their grain or sweet feed. Try to not put too much on, as some horses are finicky. A few hand fulls should make them thirsty enough to get a good drink. Give it a try!

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Protect your pets in this cold weather.

Now that 2/3 of the country is in a freeze make sure all your pets are protected. Here are a few things to remeber.
1) Always be sure that your pets are sheltered from the cold. If you have outdoor animals try to bring them indoors when it gets this cold. Pets, just like us, are prone to getting frostbit, so please keep them warm. Make sure they always have a way to get out of the wind. Be sure that they have dry, warm bedding.
2) Be sure that your pets have plenty of water. If they are outside pets, make sure that their water isn't frozen. Lack of water will cause dehydration. In the case of horses lack of water will cause colic, which will kill them.
3) If you have indoor animals, don't leave them outside for very long. Unlike outdoor pets, they don't grow enough hair to keep them warm.
4) If you blanket your horses, make sure that once the weather warms you take their blankets off, or they will shed their hair. If you notice that your horses are sweating with hteir blankets on during the day from running and playing, take them off during the day. Just like you and I, when we sweat and then get cold our bodies get robbed of heat alot quicker than normal. Blanket the ponies at night.