We are pleased to announce that we have recently made some changes to our website. We changed the formatting slightly, added a Service Area Page, and added a Contact Information Page. Most notably, we added a Tools and Resources page with a list of the Dog Parks located in St. Petersburg, Florida. We hope you enjoy the recent additions!
By now, you have seen all the memes, Whales at Westshore, Kayakers on Kenndey, people have even taken to using jet skis to get around town. But what you might not have thought about is what exactly is in that water. Gulfport confirmed today, August 4th, that it had closed the municipal beach because heavy rain and saturated soil had caused sewage systems to backup into Boca Ciega Bay. Besides fecal contamination, the flood waters carry a myriad of other chemicals that are harmful and/or toxic to your pet. The flood waters can contain almost any amount of contaminants that leak out of your car or was washed out of a construction zone. Please keep this in mind while walking your dogs. Never let your dog play or swim in the flood water. If your dog comes in contact with the flood water, you should immediately give your dog a bath with warm soapy water. After exposure to flood water keep an eye on your dog. If your dog shows signs of sickness you should immediately contact your vet.
Nature's Variety is voluntarily recalling its Instinct Raw Chicken Formula for dogs with a “Best By” date of 04/27/16 due to possible Salmonella contamination, the company said in a press release.
Owners should be especially careful when handling contaminated dog food as the contamination may be spread to humans. Symptoms include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal cramping or fever occur, if you experience any of these symptoms contact your doctor.
The recalled products include the following;
Diets packaged in the following forms: UPC# 769949611431
Instinct Raw Chicken Formula Bites for Dogs 4 lb; UPC# 769949611448
Instinct Raw Chicken Formula Bites for Dogs 7 lb; UPC# 769949611486
Instinct Raw Chicken Formula Patties for Dogs 6 lb.
If you have the above listed product you are urged to discontinue the use of the product, monitor your pets health and consult a vet. Symptoms in dogs include lethargic behavior, diarrhea or bloody diarrhea, fever, and vomiting.
Dr. Suess passed away nearly twenty-four years ago. Yet, he has managed to release another book. This new book is called What Pet Should I Get?
About two years ago, Claudia Prescott, Dr. Suess' longtime assistant, called a publisher and released some of Dr. Suess' long lost original material. The original material of What Pet Should I Get was a series of cartoons drawn on onion paper with the text taped onto the drawings. Though it was mostly complete, there were still some needed touchup, such as backgrounds and shading. Cathy Goldsmith, a Publisher at Random House, completed the project as best she could, mimicking the style of Dr. Suess.
There are some deviations from Dr. Suess' original work, however. It is believed that Dr. Suess drafted this material between 1958 and 1962. At that point, people viewed pets differently than they view them today. In order to make it more appropriate for the times, the script was tweaked to encourage adopting versus buying pets. Everything else in the script is original to Dr. Suess.
Dr. Suess, the master of children's literature, continues to entertain children and adults alike, nearly one-quarter of a century after his death. What Pet Should I Get teaches children how to get along and work together in order to welcome a new beloved pet into the family. WHO LET MY DOGS OUT?, LLC is extremely excited for all who have the opportunity to read this new book.
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