The beautiful month of May has arrived and we are in full spring ahead! If you have a senior pet, even springtime can't alleviate their health issues. We'll
discuss some of the health concerns and what you can do for your pet. As the weather gets warmer it's a good time to be aware of cat and dog parasites, so we'll put a bug in your ear about that topic as well. Do you know about puppy mills? We'll let you know what they are, why you should be aware, and what you can do. All the information is right here in this month's Pet Tips and Treats newsletter, which is filled with valuable information. Remember to watch for our periodic special discount "treat" just for you and your pet to enjoy. Don't forget to share the love and send our newsletter to others who also cherish their pets.
What does your pet love better than a stay at Second Home Pet Resort? Play time! So give her what she wants. When you buy two play sessions, your pet will get one free. And three play sessions are much better than two! Get ready for the licks and kisses when she thanks you.
*Limited one per reservation
Looking for a gift for a friend or family member? Second Home Pet Resort offers gift cards. Stop in soon to purchase one!
It's not something most people want to think about let alone talk about when it comes to their cat or dog. However, the issue of parasites is important, especially when it comes to prevention and keeping your pet healthy and you, as well, as some can be transmitted to humans.
The week of May 7-12 is Puppy Mill Action Week and the perfect time to stand up for dogs.
What is a puppy mill?
"Many people don't realize that when they buy a dog from a pet store or on the Internet, that dog most likely came from a puppy mill, a 'factory farm' for dogs," according to the article, "Puppy Mills" at BestFriends.org. "In puppy mills, dogs live in small cages, often in the minimum legal size allowed (only six inches larger than the dog on all sides) and female dogs are bred as frequently as possible."