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Archive for 'Protecting Your Pets'

Seattle Animal Shelter reminds pet owners to protect pets from the heat – leave animals at home while attending Hempfest this weekend

With warm temperatures expected for the annual Hempfest celebration this weekend, the Seattle Animal Shelter is reminding pet owners to exercise good judgment and leave pets at home. Pets, besides service animals, are not allowed at Hempfest. According to the festival’s website, there is no safe place to leave or secure your pet at the […]

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Seattle Animal Shelter reminds you to protect your pets during Fourth of July celebrations

For many people, Fourth of July celebrations are synonymous with barbecues and fireworks. While fun for people, these holiday festivities create potential hazards for pets. The Seattle Animal Shelter encourages you to make July Fourth activities safe for the furry members of your family by offering a handful of holiday tips. “Fourth of July can […]

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Seattle Animal Shelter reminds pet owners to protect pets from the heat

The Seattle Animal Shelter is once again reminding pet owners to take proper precaution during the hot weather expected for the next two weeks. With temperatures forecasted to reach the low 90s, pet owners are encouraged to exercise good judgment and use common sense when it comes to protecting their pets from the heat. Never […]

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Seattle Animal Shelter urges pet owners to keep pets safe during hot weather

Summer is almost here, and with it comes outdoor fun and family trips, but for pets it could also bring about safety hazards unbeknownst to pet parents. With temperatures forecasted to remain in the high 70s and low 80s this week, the Seattle Animal Shelter reminds pet owners to exercise good judgment and use common […]

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Seattle Animal Shelter encourages you to protect your pet and support animals in need

To commemorate National Pet Identification Week, which runs April 19-25 this year, the Seattle Animal Shelter wants cat and dog owners to know how easy it is to license a pet and how valuable a license can be. “Pet licenses help us get lost pets home safely, often avoiding a trip to the shelter altogether,” […]

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Pet vaccination and license clinics continue at Seattle Animal Shelter

The Seattle Animal Shelter hosts a pet licensing and vaccination clinic from 3-6 p.m. on the fourth Friday of each month. Bring your cat or dog to the shelter, located at 2061 15th Ave. W., Seattle, and receive a free rabies vaccination with the purchase or renewal of the pet’s license. These monthly “Protect Your […]

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Seattle Animal Shelter offers free spay/neuter services this week

The Seattle Animal Shelter reminds the public that the Spay and Neuter Clinic is offering free spay/neuter packages to area pets this week. Microchips and vaccinations are also offered free for animals having surgery through this promotion. Space is limited; to schedule an appointment, call 206-386-4260. “Spaying and neutering allows your pet to have a […]

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Seattle Animal Shelter offers free spay/neuter services Feb. 23-27

To commemorate Feb. 24, 2015, as “World Spay Day,” the Seattle Animal Shelter’s Spay and Neuter Clinic is offering free spay/neuter packages to area pets scheduled for surgery Feb. 23-27, 2015. Microchips and vaccinations will also be offered free for animals having surgery on those days. Space is limited; to schedule an appointment, call 206-386-4260. […]

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How to make Thanksgiving a happy holiday for your pets

They don’t have to clear the table or do the dishes after the Thanksgiving feast, but your pets can be susceptible to some of the same holiday hazards as people, including stress from entertaining guests and overindulging. The Seattle Animal Shelter wants to help you make Thanksgiving a safe one for the furry members of […]

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$5,000 reward offered for information about abandoned dog

The Humane Society of the United States is offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to the identification, arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the abandonment of a dog found in a severe state of emaciation in south Seattle last week. On Friday, Nov. 14, the dog pictured […]

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