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You can celebrate National Pet Fire Safety Day every year on July 15th. It started with the Dalmatians, who used to keep the horses pulling the fire wagon in line. Today, puppies are a staple of firehouse traditions and a reminder that pets also need a safety plan in case of a fire.
Sharks are somewhere beneath the heaving blue meadows of the ocean, swimming all around. Sometimes they swim close to shore, and during these scenarios, lifeguards will compel swimmers out of the water until they decide it's safe. This doesn't make sharks evil, though. They are simply the apex predators of the marine ecosystem. July 14th is Shark Awareness Day, and it aims to help people better understand these fascinating creatures.
Most pets experience skin conditions at some point in their lives. These may be due to various factors, ranging from infections to allergic reactions. While some issues resolve without treatment, others require vet care. The underlying cause will determine the best treatment. It helps to learn about common pet skin conditions that require a veterinary dermatologist’s expertise.
Did you know that pet rabbits can live up to 10 years? It is true! Unfortunately, many people purchase pet rabbits during holidays such as Easter but then get rid of them after realizing they are not as simple to care for as previously thought. This July, celebrate Adopt a Rescued Rabbit Month by learning how to care for these gentle creatures and consider adopting one yourself.
June 23 is National Take Your Dog to Work Day. Established in 1999, this day celebrates the companionship between humans and their canine companions.
Pet Appreciation Week is June 4th - 10th, 2023, and it is a perfect time to show your pet how much you care.
Zoos and aquariums are often unsung heroes. Once the newness has worn off, we sometimes tend to forget about them.