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NATIONAL PET DAY

donniemdonniem Posts: 1,918 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

NATIONAL PET DAY

National Pet Day on April 11th dedicates the day to those pets who may not always get the companionship and attention pets deserve. While loving our pets is something we do every day, the observance encourages helping out orphaned pet companions. It will improve their health and enhance their opportunities for adoption.

Sometimes their human companions aren’t well. Making sure their forever furry friends are receiving the best of care will help relieve stress and worry.

National Pet Day is an excellent time to do a few checks for your pets.

  • Go through your furever family member’s toys. Throw away any items that are no longer safe.
  • Maintain your pet-friendly home. Keep cords and toxins secure from your four-legged friends. This includes phone chargers.
  • Verify when vaccinations are due and schedule an appointment to update if they are due.
  • Check collars to ensure tags are secure and numbers are current. We sometimes forget to update this information when we move or change numbers.

HOW TO OBSERVE #NationalPetDay

  • Take supplies to those pets in shelters.
  • Help a friend with pets who is recovering from an illness. 
  • Adopt a pet.
  • Give your pets extra love with a bath and rub down.

Do you have a pet ? Care to tell us about your pal ?

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