Fall is often fire season – inside and out. We should all have an evacuation plan that includes our pets in case of nearby fires as well as preventing fires indoors as we begin to heat our homes for the first time in the season.
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There seem to be more rattlesnakes out this year which means your dog will be greater at risk for being bitten on those warm Indian Summer hikes and outings.
As with so many things, when it comes to rattlesnake encounters, prevention is the best approach. Avoid areas known to be favorite rattlesnake haunts such as hot, sunny areas, and if you can’t avoid them, do leash your dog while in these areas. If you are unfamiliar with an area; it’s best to ask around.
Q: I want to get a friend for my rabbit; how does one choose a bunny buddy and what’s the best way to introduce them?
A: Did you know Stafford Animal Shelter is the only Shelter in the region that takes in, and adopts out, rabbits? Keep an eye on the “other pets” on ourAdopt Me! page and their photos and profiles will be posted when they are available.
To answer your questions, male and female pairs tend to do the best in bonding (then two females together, then two males, which is usually difficult). It does take a bit to see if they will work together; never just put them together and hope for the best.