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Keeping your pet hydrated

July is National Pet Hydration Awareness Month. Why? Because it’s so gosh darn hot. We’re sure you’ve heard how a human’s body is made up of 60% water, so it’s important to replenish your fluids by drinking lots of water....
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Manteniendo sus mascotas seguras el Cuatro de Julio

Vamos directamente al grano. Más mascotas se pierden en el Cuarto de Julio que cualquier otro tiempo del año, y queremos hacer todo que sea posible en nuestro poder para prevenir que esto no ocurre a su bebé peludo.  Perros...
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Keeping your pets safe on Fourth of July

Let’s get straight to the point. More pets go missing on July 4 than any other time of the year, and we want to do everything possible in our power to prevent that from happening to your fur baby.  Dogs...
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The Heat is On: Protecting Your Pooch During the Dog Days

“Boy it’s hot!” – Mathew Broderick, Biloxi Blues. … For some reason, I always remember that movie when it warms up in KC. Maybe because he spends several minutes complaining about the heat and, well, it’s pretty darn hot these...
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Después de cada tormenta, siempre sale el sol

“Nunca sabrás, mi amor, cuánto te quiero. Por favor no me dejes sin sol.” Estas palabras fueron las últimas que cantó Meka con mucho amor a su perra Loula después de se falleció inesperadamente. Pero además le hizo una última...
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After every storm, the sun always shines

“You’ll never know, dear, how much I love you. Please don’t take my sunshine away.” These were the final words Meka sang so tenderly to her dog Loula after she passed away unexpectedly. But she also made sure to promise...
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Back in the Saddle

When COVID-19 hit and we had to shut down and stop doing services, we were heartbroken. We did close to 11,000 spay/neuter surgeries in 2019. To suddenly have to come to a complete halt meant that we couldn’t be a...
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Everything’s Different, Everything’s the Same.

Everything’s different.  We show up later, for one thing. The sun is already up when we get here, and has been for a little while, which makes the empty streets feel even stranger. Troost, normally bustling with traffic, is nearly...
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Mobile vaccines

You might have seen our vans cruising the city once or twice before, delivering pet resources to clients or rescuing strays. But recently when we’ve been hitting the streets, we’ve had a new agenda. And that is bringing our veterinarian...
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Resting On Hope

In the midst of trouble, if you look hard enough, you can see it.  It’s there in the people who keep going despite the risks. The grocery store clerks, the cleaning crews, the restaurant employees, and the selfless medical staff...
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