Weather is one of the many reasons new residents are moving Asheville every year. The highest elevation of any city of its size east of the Mississippi, Asheville features some of the coolest temperatures of any southern city. Nevertheless, on average we still experience high temperatures in the 90’s about ten times each summer. When the heat is on, it is important to make sure your pets stay cool and comfortable.
In this article, we are discussing seven ways to help your pets stay cool during the hottest parts of summer.
Diagnostic testing is an important part of your pet's annual exam. We want to do everything possible to help your pet live a long, healthy life, and one way we do that is through diagnostic testing. Here's what we're checking for:
Summer brings unique experiences: many people enjoy sitting on the porch or watching a thunderstorm from the safety of their homes, and July 4th celebrations are usually capped off by stunning fireworks displays. For pets, though, these seasonal events can be frightening and stressful. How can you help keep them weather the storm, so to speak, and remain calm?
June is National Adopt a Cat Month. We love our cats: Americans own 88 million of them - but 3.4 million cats enter animal shelters every year. That means there are plenty of feline friends just waiting for their forever home. Why should you consider bringing one of them into your life?
For many of us, our pets are more than furry friends; they become beloved members of our families - and we can’t imagine life without them. If they become lost, it can be frightening and stressful. If your pet wanders off, chases a squirrel, or otherwise disappears from your view, what should you do?