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Easter Pets

Center for Pet Safety never recommends giving a pet as a gift. The commitment of pet ownership needs to be thoroughly considered and the pet owner must understand they will be responsible for that pet for the entirety of its life. Bunnies make wonderful pets, but we suggest restraint from the impulse buy of baby […]

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Valentine’s Day Treats

How do I love thee? Let me count the ways. We love our pets for so many reasons.  We love them for greeting us at the door with a happy tail. For the soft purr that means “I love you”. When they understand when we don’t feel well. And, for simply just being our couch […]

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Super Bowl Pet Safety

Pets don’t watch football – but they love to be around the family and part of the action – especially when snacks are around!  At Center for Pet Safety we want everyone to enjoy the Super Bowl Festivities – but please keep the following in mind when it comes to your pets. Safe snacks for […]

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Halloween Pet Safety

Who doesn’t love Halloween?  Little kids dressed up as their favorite character, lots of chocolate and Fall fun for the entire family – including our pets!  From pet costumes to themed treats for pets, Halloween is a fun time for all – but it is also a time to provide protection and urge caution where our pets […]

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Tips for the Responsible Pet Owner

In recent news, a pet escaped from its owner, made its way to a shelter and, after three days, was adopted by another family. Unfortunately, the dog was not microchipped and the shelter had no way of tracking down the rightful owner. Now the two families are in litigation over the pet. The moral of […]

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Center for Pet Safety Poison Prevention Tips

Center for Pet Safety has prepared the following information to help you keep your pets safe. Poisonings are typically accidental in nature and pet owners won’t necessarily be able to identify exactly what is wrong, because the symptoms can range from general vomiting and diarrhea to lethargy and excessive salivation.  While those are not the […]

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What will your story be?

I was on the edge of my seat. Sitting in front of the computer, I was getting ready to speak to a pet owner about her dog. The phone rang and after cordial introductions, I listened. It was her first puppy. She waited a long time to find him. He had the softest fur and soulful brown […]

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