Today is National Puppy Day!
Did you know that March 23rd is National Puppy Day? Here are some pawesome ways to celebrate this fun day with your pup!
- Buy a fun new chew toy or treat
- Donate supplies to a local animal rescue
- Book a puppy play date at Pet and Home Care’s Pet Resort
- Check on your dog’s medical records to ensure all vaccines are up to date
- Puppy-proof your yard as spring weeds and poisonous mushrooms start to grow
- Follow our Instagram for your daily dose of puppy cuteness!
Beware of Poisonous Springtime Plants!
Spring is officially here! While its nice to enjoy the fresh air and blooming flowers, it’s important to keep in mind that some plants and fertilizers can be toxic to your pet.
Review our springtime safety tips so your pet can roam hazard-free around the yard!
- Flowers with bulbs such as daffodils, tulips, and hyacinths can be dangerous to dogs, especially the skin toward the bottom of the bulb when ingested. Try not to let your dog dig up the garden to prevent vomiting and diarrhea.
- The unsuspecting yard mushroom can be very toxic to dogs, so its recommended to remove any mushrooms spotted growing in your yard.
- Be wary of lily flowers including tiger, day, Easter, stargazer, red, and wood lilies, which are highly toxic to cats. Lily pollen, leaves, stems, and even water from the vase can cause severe kidney damage to kitties.