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Thanksgiving is a time centered on friends, family and food. “While it’s tempting to include our furry family members in the feast, Thanksgiving can carry some hazards for our pets,” cautions Dr. Ariella Samson, Chief Veterinary Officer at Humane Animal Rescue.
Looking for ways to keep kids engaged this summer? We have the activity for you! Humane Animal Rescue’s Humane and Wildlife Education Department would like to share some of our resources with the community during this difficult time.
Treats come in all shapes, sizes, smells, textures, and tastes. And, yes, I’ve eaten my share of dog treats. As most of you probably know, there are some treats that our furry friends like more than others.
At Humane Animal Rescue’s Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, summertime is known as “baby season”. It’s exactly what it sounds like! During the warm months, wildlife have their babies!
We hope that you and your pets are all doing well during this strange time in history! Many of us are preparing to go back to work after several weeks of sheltering at home.
Preventative care is the best care! As you and your pet(s) start spending more time outdoors, it’s the best time to make sure you’re protecting them as best you can!
Each spring and summer, kittens inundate shelters across the community because warm weather encourages feline reproduction. We call this kitten season– a very busy time for the staff and volunteers here at Humane Animal Rescue.
Do you ever have questions about your pets and not know where to turn? Whether it’s about medical assistance, behavioral problems, or anything in between, we often first look to the internet for answers.
With the number of confirmed cases of coronavirus on the rise worldwide, it is important for Pittsburgh residents to include their pets in preparedness plans.