|Faire un monde, un endroit meilleur un animal à la fois!
Making the world a better place, one pet at a time!
NOVEMBER / NOVEMBRE 2015 - v3i11
WELCOME to Tante Lori's Monthly Newsletter designed to talk about those questions that pop in our heads from time to time. This newsletter will aim to be brief, fun, informative, and interesting. I hope you find it useful
and I welcome your comments and suggestions.
Pets of the Month - Molly & Jackson
Where can I go to get gifts FOR or OF my pets this Christmas?
CAUTION: ice melting salts and other dangers when walking your dog.
PET First-Aid and CPR classes for your pet - See their schedule for Dates and Locations
NEWS! Raccoon rabies in Ottawa
Mother Nature graced our Doggy Walks in the Autumn with her art - see my short photo album
Where can I go to get gifts
FOR or OF my pets this Christmas?
Now that WINTER is here - BE ALERT of what your dog is walking on and licking when on outdoor walks !
Step 5: Protect your pets
(excerpt from Consumer's Report: Best rock salt and ice melts review Use Consumer Reports' five steps for smarter, safer deicing)
Always wipe your dog’s paws with a moist towel after walking outside on snowy days, says Louise Murray, D.V.M., vice president of the ASPCA Animal Hospital. Trim the hair between the dog’s toes to reduce mineral collection, or put doggie booties on all four paws as extra protection.
Don’t let your dog lick ice melt or drink from puddles or slush pools when its outside. Even very limited amounts of 100 percent sodium chloride can be lethal to dogs.
Consider using a salt-free ice melt, such as Safe Paws or Morton Safe-T-Pet. But even those products could cause issues. “People are better off using these, but just saying it’s ‘pet safe’ doesn’t guarantee anything,” Murray said. Even urea (carbonyl diamide), which is considered safe—and is an ingredient in Morton Safe-T-Pet and a modified ingredient in Safe Paws—can cause drooling and vomiting if ingested. Purchase an ice melt with colored pellets or granules to make it easier to identify in the snow.
If your pet ingests ice melt...
Squishy has got
to learn how to wear boots.
She's doing pretty good for
her second day.
It pays to get quality boots to
fit a quality pooch!
1 1/2 minutes long
I, Lori, am now CERTIFIED IN PET FIRST-AID and CPR
Course by http://www.walksnwags.com/
NEXT one-day course (in English) will be
January 30, 2016
Go the their website SCHEDULE for all class dates and locations.
If you are a pet owner or in the pet industry, this is a VITAL skill to have!
Our teacher, Dawn, was very easy to understand and covered things I wouldn't have even thought to ask.
FROM THE NEWS (December 5, 2015) .....
"" A fight between two Ontario dogs and an aggressive raccoon in the back of an animal control van has led to the discovery of the first documented case of rabies in a raccoon in the province in nearly a decade. ""
( read more...)
Now that Autumn is over, let me show you some of the beauty
that graced our path each day when I walked my doggy clients.
ALBUM of AUTUMN COLORS
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