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Here at Wheaton Animal Hospital, community involvement is extremely important to us, especially when it comes to helping homeless pets in Chicagoland. Throughout the year, we work closely with rescue groups and local businesses to plan fundraising events that not only raise awareness, but are also a lot of fun. Our Easter adoption event is right around the corner, and in addition to the raffles, refreshments, and adorable pets up for adoption, we’ll be offering families and their pets a chance to take a picture with the Easter Bunny!
The Pet Experts want this popular event to be enjoyable for everyone, so we’ve put together a few tips for taking great pet pictures and making the most of your time with us!
Hitting the road with a special friend can be amazing, especially when that co-pilot has four legs. There are times, though, when it may not be as easy as packing up and leaving town. Traveling with a special needs pet requires some extra consideration, but The Pet Experts at Wheaton Animal Hospital are prepared to help you achieve travel success.
Recognizing the Risks
Understanding which pets might be considered special needs is half the battle. If you are not aware that your pet may be open to extra risks, you cannot do anything to help protect them. When planning a trip with your faithful friend, be sure to make an appointment to discuss your travel plans with us and allow us to perform an examination to be sure your pet is up to the task.
Winter winds are on the horizon, and with freezing weather and storms come many discussions about how to keep warm, safe, and dry. Our pets need to be included in these discussions too, whether they are indoors or outdoor pets.
A common misconception is that a pet’s coat will keep them warm enough to brave winter weather. But in truth, fur is not adequate protection from winter cold, wind, and wet. Animals are just as likely to get hypothermia and frostbite as their owners.
Luckily, with a few tips and some knowledge, you can help with keeping your pet warm this winter season. In fact, many of the same safety measures you take for yourself will also keep your best friend safe and warm.Continue…