The Tale of the Dreaded Foxtail

Last month a beloved Utah K9 named Storm died due to complications from ingestion of a weed. Not the cannabis kind (which can also be deadly to your dog) but form the simple foxtail – a weed that is prevalent in this region. Read below for tips on reducing the risks to your dog from this unfriendly grass-like plant.

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The Cat Span Issue

My name is Mango and I wanted to share reason number 782 of why you should adopt a cat rather than a dog (like you really needed another reason… I mean come on just look at those drooling beasts!). Another way that cats are superior to dogs is that we tend to live longer. So there you have it – adopt a cat for a longer and more meaningful relationship.

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Feline Lexicon of Love

So here is my beef. Why is young love referred to as “puppy love”? Just because we cats don’t shower our people with sloppy kisses doesn’t mean we aren’t affectionate – we are just more cool about it. If you haven’t learned to appreciate the more subtle ways we express ourselves please pay attention as I summarize the feline lexicon of love.

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Sadie's Story

My name is Sadie. Before my housemates and I arrived here at Second Chance we lived in a small house with far too many dogs. There were dogs just everywhere I turned and only one elderly person who was trying to take care of us all. She did her best and she thought she was doing a great job, but she wasn’t. 

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The Lost Pet Wrap

To wrap up this four-part series on tips for finding a lost pet, one of the more important tips I would like to emphasize is to not give up searching too quickly. Pet parents who succumb too soon to thoughts that their pets were stolen or killed may miss an opportunity to find their pet. I encourage you to instead tailor your search to the situation and apply the tips and techniques of this Pet Column series to increase the chances of finding your lost pet.

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