Are your pets ready for spring?
As the weather warms up and we spend more time outside in the sun, so do our outdoor pets. Devan Bianco from Michigan Humane provided some steps you can take to help make sure your pets stay safe outside. Michigan Humane offers testing at its vet centers, so go to the website or call to see what is available for you. Microchip and ID tag infoSpring is also a great time to make sure your pet’s microchip information is up to date. For more information on Michigan Humane, watch the video above.
Partner up with your pet to work towards a healthier 2021
It’s the season of New Year’s Resolutions, and this year why not include your pets in your 2021 health and fitness goals? If you’re looking to eat healthier in 2021, it may be time to help your pet do the same. Ask if your pet is on the best diet possible for their age, breed, and medical condition. Chrisman was also back with our pet of the week, a ten month old black domestic shorthair named Jyn. As our Pet of the Week, Jyn’s adoption fees will be covered by the Mike Morse Law Firm.