The BOM has announced another heatwave, set to hit Sydney from tomorrow!
Please prepare your pets 🐶🐱🐰🐭🦇🦄 1. Ensure your pets have a sheltered and well ventilated area they can go to in the heat of the day. The BOM has said that this heatwave will be as bad as the last, but without the wind.
2. Make sure that your pets have access to a sufficient amount of water so they don't get dehydrated....
3. Just as with humans, old, ill and pets with respiratory problems will b
In July 2009, legislation was introduced in NSW making unrestrained animals in your car against the law. The NSW Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) website does not go into a great deal of information regarding this situation, however, it does provide the following two points: Animals should be seated or housed in appropriate areas. A driver must not drive with an animal in the driver’s lap. http://www.rms.nsw.gov.au/roads/safety-rules/road-rules/animals.html In October 2009,
New Years Eve is always one of those nights that some pet owners dread - and no matter what they do, their pets still manage to escape/flee when the fireworks start. So here are three simple steps to start the year off right by your pets, and make sure they get home safely: 1. Microchip your pets. 2. Ensure your pets microchip details are up to date. 3. Ensure that you pets have collars with an up to date contact number on it.
We have all heard those horrible stories recently of beloved pets succumbing to the heat. These are just a few easy tips to protect your pets: Flat faced animals such as Pugs and Persian cats, and elderly or ill pets are more susceptible in the heat, so we need to keep and eye on them. Make sure that your pets have access to shade and water throughout the whole day. Never leave them in the car!!