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Fall Allergens
Seasonal allergies are usually associated with springtime, but fall is also an important season. The most common autum allergens are molds (from decaying plant materials) and ragweed pollen.

Owners can proactively avoid frustration by limiting their dog ís exposure.

Stay away from un-mowed grass
Clean up leaves and other decaying matter promptly
Avoid morning, take advantage of rain
Brush the dog down when returning indoors and bathe frequently
Talk to a veterinarian about managing allergies
Holiday Hazards

Christmas tree water (may contain fertilizers and bacteria)
Electrical cords (tempting to cats and puppies)
Ribbons or tinsel (can become lodged in the intestines)
Poinsettia (although non-toxic can be irritating to the mouth and stomach)
Mistletoe (some varieties upset stomachs while others may lead to liver failure or seizures)
ASPCA Animaland
Just for kids! A great site for children of all ages. Learn, share and have fun.
Offers tips on selecting, preparing and caring for a new puppy.
The Humane Society is an excellent source for your new pet.
Pet information center offering articles, an online store, Vet Q & A , a humor section and pet chat.
Spaying or Neutering Your Pet
Animal shelters are being overwhelmed with the growing population of stray and unwanted pets, many who do not find a home. Spaying or neutering your pet ensures you will not be adding to the tremendous burden of caring for unfortunate animals.

You and your pet will also benefit from spaying or neutering. Your pet’s temperament and health will improve and there will be a reduction in the tendency to stray from home.