Raining Cats & Dogs

Pet of the week: Chloe

Meet Chloe! She's a 1-year-old Terrier mix with wiry blonde hair and the sweetest disposition.

Pets Get the Back-to-School Blues, Too!

Everyone struggles with saying so long to summer, but did you know that pets can get the back-to-school blues too?

Pet of the Week: Louise

And your star this week is Louise.

Pet of the Week: North

And your star this week is North.

Pet tips: Get your vaccinations

Pets, like people, need vaccinations to prevent the spread of disease and to keep them healthy. Dogs and cats require different vaccines and their vaccine schedule will vary depending on age, history and lifestyle.

Pet of the week: Tayla

Tayla is a 12-year-old Alaskan Malamute/German Shepherd mix and she couldn't be any sweeter.

Pet of the week: Sam

And your star this week is Sam.

Pet safety tips

Even in Seattle, the interior of a car can hit 160 degrees in less than five minutes—parking in the shade with the windows cracked is still dangerous! Too much heat can be extremely dangerous and sometimes fatal. If your buddy has a shorter nose, like Persian cats and bulldogs, he is more susceptible to heatstroke than breeds with longer noses. If you suspect your pet has become over heated, seek veterinary care immediately.

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