Animals in our everyday lives provide comfort, love, companionship, and even protection. However, many animals do more than that; they are specifically trained to help protect and serve.
From the military and police force to persons with disabilities, working dogs are highly trained to perform important and sometimes dangerous tasks. These tasks include anything from guiding those who are visually impaired, calming a person with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder during an anxiety attack, or detecting suspicious activities.
Join us today (and everyday) as we salute working dogs and their dedication to helping improve the quality of life for each and every one of us!
ODIN's Fund was founded to help ensure the health and safety of working dogs by providing K-9 first aid training courses and first aid kits to handlers throughout the nation.
To learn about ODIN’s Fund and how you can support it, visit http://www.odinsfund.com/
Perfect for boarding barns or your "horse-sitter" when you are away!
Never leave your horse's supplements at home. Throw a few packs in the trailer and hit the road for your next big adventure!
Cosequin Equine Easy Packs are pre-measured, individually sealed, single-serve packages designed to take the guesswork out of your horse’s daily Cosequin intake. This single-serve packaging meets a variety of horse owner needs, from consistent and accurate daily administration at boarding barns, to the grab-and-go fast-paced lifestyle of weekend horse shows. They are great for any type of travel with your horse — just grab and go!
June is recognized as National Pet Preparedness Month as a reminder to think about your pet’s welfare during an evacuation or natural disaster. Creating an emergency plan for your dogs and cats is simple and can prove to be a lifesaving tool. Here are a few tips to get you started:
Research and create a list of places that accept pets in case of an emergency. Most shelters will need you to provide medical records to make sure that all vaccinations are current. If you can’t find a shelter, ask a neighbor or a nearby family member if they are able to help board your pet.
Always have a secure leash or carrier to prevent escaping if your pet panics. DO NOT LEAVE YOUR PETS BEHIND! Dogs and cats cannot survive alone and if they do, you may not be able to find them when you return.
Remember, having a pet preparedness strategy will keep your furry friends alive and safe.
*Link for information on pet and animal emergency plans: https://www.ready.gov/animals
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The COSEQUIN “Love your Pet, Trust your Vet” campaign celebrates the love we have for our pets and the tremendous work of veterinarians, locally and globally.
Smiley is a 15-year-old therapy dog that was born without eyes. In 2004, Smiley was rescued from a puppy mill by his current pet parent, Joanne George.
Smiley is a certified child therapy dog and has spread love to others all across the world!