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Hot Weather Pet Safety Tips

Dogs and cats can become dehydrated quickly, so give your pets plenty of water when it is hot outdoors. Also make sure your pet has a shady place to escape the sun, and when the temperature is very high, don't let your dog linger on hot asphalt. Being so close the ground, your dog's body can heat up quickly, and sensitive paw pads can burn.

Brook Farm Donates Rabies Vaccines to Animals In Need

The decline in canine rabies seen in the US has had a profound public health impact, resulting in a huge decrease in human rabies infections. There are still parts of the world, however, in underdeveloped nations where people still die from rabies.

All Hands On Deck at Veterinary Summer Camp

 

Think back to when you were in school - you might've taken classes such as home-economics, sewing, or even auto-mechanics. Or maybe your schedule featured music, painting or photography. Now look at the schedule of a child today—music is an extra curricular, sewing is no longer offered, and auto-mechanics classes are found in trade schools. Students now complete handouts and sit through lectures, taking endless notes and reading through expensive textbooks.  The hands-on experience that was once thought of as key to building a well rounded student has now disappeared from the classroom. (thinkfun.com)

Veterinary Summer Camp Provides Putnam Kids with Experience in STEM

Brook Farm’s Summer Day Camp, which is held in several sessions during the month of July, brings interested youth behind the scenes at a fully equipped animal hospital to learn about pet care and safety. To earn their Junior Vet "degree," students are taught how to understand different pets’ personalities and learn how to identify signs of sickness, aggression and fear. They also complete daily rounds with the practice’s doctors and explore the latest in veterinary technology in a supervised and hands-on environment.

Summer 2018 Newsletter

Check out our Summer 2018 Newsletter!

Hot Weather Safety Tips

Warm weather, barbecues, time by the pool all spell one thing: SUMMER! But with the festivities upon us, let us not forget that not all pets enjoy the summer fun like we do. In fact, dangers particular to this time of year could spell danger to pets and pet owners alike...

Staying Safe in the Summer Heat

While hikes, beaches, and enjoying time by the pool with your pooch are fun summer activities, you need to make sure your furry friend does not got overheated. ALWAYS have water available and keep any sick, older, or flat-faced pets inside and in air conditioning.

Canine Influenza Outbreak in Brooklyn May Spread to the Hudson Valley

After starting in Brooklyn, New York, new cases of canine influenza are now reaching the Hudson Valley.

Keeping Pets Safe on Memorial Day

As the unofficial start to summer, Memorial Day is a great excuse to get outdoors. But whether you’re partying, barbecuing, or just lounging by the pool, it’s important to keep your pet’s safety in mind at all times.

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