The MP Blog — safety

Keep Your Pets Safe This Summer

Posted by Chloe Sykes on
Keep Your Pets Safe This Summer

Summer, summer, summertime! Time to sit back and unwind! But before we unwind, we need to make sure that our pets are taken care of. As pet parents, it's our responsibility to ensure the safety of our fur-babies this summer, and there are several issues we need to be aware of. Dehydration - With how hot things are shaping up, it's no wonder that July is Pet Hydration Awareness Month. A good rule of thumb is that pets need to drink an ounce of water for every pound of bodyweight each day. To help keep your pets hydrated give them...

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Pet First Aid Awareness

Posted by Lindsey Testerman on
Pet First Aid Awareness
April is National Pet First-Aid Awareness Month and the perfect time to talk about your knowledge on common pet injuries. 
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Dog Thefts on the Rise Worldwide

Posted by Cierra Voelkl on
Dog Thefts on the Rise Worldwide
As we all know, pet ownership has increased dramatically during the pandemic as people adopted and purchased pets to keep them company in quarantine. But thieves are taking advantage of the high demand for dogs as shelters worldwide continue to have shortages. small and easy-to-grab breeds and puppies are being stolen by heartless thieves and then resold to unaware parties.
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Keeping Pets Safe Throughout The Holiday Season

Posted by Cierra Voelkl on
Keeping Pets Safe Throughout The Holiday Season

While a few people intend to adjust how they commend the special seasons during the pandemic, many want to proceed with customs and keep a feeling of regularity. Indeed, even with festivities changed, many still present dangers for family pets.  Photo Credit: Unknown Dr. John Buchweitz, top of the toxicology department of Michigan State University's Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory, or (VDL), sees the negative results of pets being presented to substances that cause injury, sickness, or to top it all off, death. Buchweitz says that these occasions will in general increment during the special seasons. “Pet owners should keep in mind...

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