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National Pet Fire Safety Day – July 15th

Did you know around 40,000 pets die in house fires every year? Pets start around 1,000 home fires per year. These stats are astounding and can be brought down by being proactive. Some helpful tips to promote pet fire safety in the home include: Never leave pets alone around an open flame. Avoid lit candles […]

Does Shaving Your Pet Help Keep Them Cool in the Summer?

Summer is here and so is the Texas HEAT! Caring pet parents want what’s pets for their fur babies. Shaving pets to keep cool during the summer seems like common sense. When humans get hot, we take off layers of clothing, the same concept should go for animals too, right? Not exactly. Pets have a […]

Pet Love -Rescue and Response Partnership

Animal Investigation & Response reached out to us to help with one of their biggest cases to date. They encountered an animal cruelty situation where they rescued 89 animals. The living conditions in which they were found were as awful as you can imagine. When A.I.R. asked if we could volunteer our services, we didn’t […]

April is Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month

Animals are abused and neglected every single day. Whether by accident or intentionally, humans are the primary cause of animal cruelty. As human beings, we need to think about how we treat our fellow creatures. Humans are capable of destructive behavior, but we are equally, if not more, capable of great good. This month, we […]

Diseases Spread Through Dog Waste

  While owning dog can bring your family lots of joy in your home, their waste can spread disease. Fun tasks like going to the dog park or visiting your friend’s yard can bring your pup harm, as dogs love to sniff and roll around in dog waste. Doing your part, by keeping your yard […]