Pet Safety Fourth of July

Fourth of July

Keep Fido & Fluffy Safe This Fourth of July By Denise Fleck The weeks before and after the Fourth of July are among the busiest at Animal Shelters across the country. Fireworks can be fun for you, but dangerous for your pets.  In addition to the tips below, make sure ID Tags are accurate and easy […]

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Just Like Noah’s Ark, Gen7Pets™ Cares for Our Animal Friends!

Noah and his sons, together with his wife and the wives of his three sons, entered the ark. They had with them every wild animal according to its kind, all livestock…every creature that moves along the ground and every bird.  Pairs of all creatures that have the breath of life in them came to Noah […]

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Remembering My Best Friends & All That They Have Taught Me

August 28th is Rainbow Bridge & Pet Remembrance Day.  I recall so well the first event of this kind that I attended 18 years ago, just shortly after my beautiful lab Sunny went on to her next chapter in her journey through this universe. Tears streaming down my face with a candle in hand, I […]

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Writing Down Your Disaster Preparedness Plan

The reason Flight Attendants request you put on your oxygen mask before assisting others is that you have less than 15 seconds before you lose consciousness!   This applies to Pet Parents & Professionals as well.  You must take care of your family first.  Doing so keeps you safe and gives you peace of mind to […]

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