Adoptable Pets Spotlight at Mantua PetSmart
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1-year-old Leo likes to be king of the jungle! This handsome boy is a mighty prowler, pouncer, and hunter – so he’s very playful. Are you ready to be his loyal subject?
Little BJ is a bit of a wild child! This 4-month-old girl has tons of energy and isn’t afraid to use it! BJ is great with kids and would love a playful feline friend!
Rex is an adorable, pudgy face 6-year old boy. He’s playful, lovable, and a real foot warmer on these cold nights that are coming!
Falling leaves and tick repellent – please!
Our pets are the apples to our… pies. – here are some tips to help keep your pets safe this autumn season.
- Beware of anti-freeze. Make sure to check your car for leaks and make sure all bottles are stored away from your pets.
- Don’t leave your pets outside for prolonged periods of time – it doesn’t have to be winter for it to get cold.
- Beware of ticks. It’s still tick season, and playing in the cool autumn leaves is one of the ways your pet could get them.
- Let them have their fur coat. If you shave your pet, let them grow their fur in the fall – just like you need your winter coat, he’ll need his too.
- The changing of seasons is a great time to check your pet ID tags and microchip information.
- Make holiday arrangements with your dog walker, pet sitter, or doggy day care now.
- Fall celebrations such as Thanksgiving and Halloween often mean people coming over to visit your home. If you have a pet that has special needs or is wary of new people, be sure to tell your gusts about your pet before they come over.
- Make sure your pets can’t escape through the main entrance of your home when you have guests coming in and out.
- Be careful with holiday treats. Aside from known hazards like chocolate, many fruits and vegetables can also be life threatening to pets.
- Be careful with decorations. Many shiny new decorations look like really fun toys to your pets. Make sure decorations are out of reach because many of them contain toxic metals and can become choking hazards.