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What You Can do if Your Pet Overheats.

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What You Can do if Your Pet Overheats.

Monday, August 7th, 2017

Yes, summer is on the way out, but here in South Texas, there are still several weeks to go. Lately, I’ve seen several Face Book posts about dogs overheating. (more…)

The Dog Days of Summer

Tuesday, June 12th, 2012

This article will depart slightly from Focus on Felines as it concerns dogs too. (Be sure to read to the end of the article for a special announcement.)

In this geographic area and at this time of year, pet owners are concerned about the adverse effect the soaring summer temperatures may have on their pets, specifically cats and dogs. I know every pet parent realizes the importance of providing plenty of water, and for outside pets, plenty of shade. Indoor pets may also have an increase in their environmental Fahrenheit as we all try to keep electric bills lower by raising the indoor thermostat. But for the house cat or dog, this is seldom a problem, even if your pet has long hair. (more…)

Low Cost Spay/Neuter Program for Big Dogs

Wednesday, July 6th, 2011

The Furry Godmother wishes to pass on some helpful information to aid you with your pet’s care or for the strays in your area.

Prevent-A-Litter (PALS) is offering a low-cost spay and neuter program for dogs 40 pounds and over from Hays, Caldwell, Guadalupe, and Comal County. Call or email pal@preventalitter.com Phone: (512) 754-PALS (7257), press 2 and leave a message.

In the spirit of reducing the stray and homeless dog and cat population, The Furry Godmother encourages all pet owners to have their pets fixed. If you are considering adding a new furry family member, please consider adoption. I frequently post adorable cuties needing loving families on my Facebook Page www.facebook.com/furrygodmother Be sure to “like” the site.

Homemade Pup-Sicles

Friday, July 1st, 2011

You can use a Popsicle mold or just an ice cube tray to freeze yummy, refreshing treats for your dog.

Get creative by tossing ingredients such as yogurt, bananas, peanut butter, and carrots into a blender with a little water or, for picky pooches, chicken or beef broth (all-natural or low sodium versions are best). If your dog is a dedicated chewer, try stuffing a KONG® with your concoction and putting it in the freezer. Your dog will look forward to cooling off with his special reward at the end of playtime.


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