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Beagle Canine Attorney At Law
Is My Report For This Month
Things To Know If You Are Traveling
With Your Pets This Holiday Season.
* Cars equipped
with air bags, are as dangerous for
animals riding in the front seat as
they are for children.
article written by Barbara Yost
found in the Saturday, June 10th.
2004 issue of The Arizona Republic
Newspaper.Their Sources:AAA Arizona,
Arizona Humane Society.
* Don't leave them in a car
unattened, where they're subject to
freezing and petnapping.
* Animals should not roam free in a
vehicle. If the car stops suddenly,
the pet can become a dangerous
projectile. Restraint, in a harness
or pet car seat, ensures their
safety as well as that of drivers
* Take your pet on a test drive
before heading out on a car trip.
* Take your pet to the vet for a
checkup before leaving. Bring a copy
of health and vaccination records on
the trip, especially when crossing
country and state lines.
* Pack for your pet: extra leash,
water and food dishes, a supply of
its regular food, any medications,
scooper and plastic bags for waste,
litter pan for cats, sanitizing
wipes and a first-aid kit containing
tweezers, flea powder, gauze
bandages and antibiotic creams.
* Bring along familiar items, such
as toys, blankets, portable pet bed.
* Update identification on the
collar, including where you can be
reached on the road, in case your
pet is lost. Include phone numbers
of friends who know how to reach
* Make frequent stops on the road
before pet becomes restless. Put pet
on a leash before opening the car
door and never let animals run free.
* If your pets don't travel well,
consider their feelings and next
time leave them with friends or at a
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Remember the next time that you leave your pet
with a pet sitter, family member or someone
else to leave your pets veterinarians phone
number in addition to the numbers were you may
be reached in the event of an emergency.
Note: Please Remember To Have A Designated
Driver When Attending Holiday Parties That
Serve Alcoholic Refreshments. "Please"
Make This A Safe And Happy Holiday Season.
You All Have A Very Safe And Happy Holiday
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good friend of mine. His name is "Action Bear"
and on his web site you will find very
interesting articles and stories on endangered
animals. You will also find various ways in
which you may protect and help these
endangered creatures. There are also very
important links to organizations and agencies
that protect animals and their God given
rights. I have provided a link to Action
Bear's web site below. I am sure that you will
enjoy your visit there. Also I should add that
now I have my very own web site located at the
link that I have provided below.
on picture above to visit "Action Bear"
My Article For This
Reginald Fox © Bert E. Kavich
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About The Gray Fox & The
: Related to the dog family and smaller than
the red fox. Gray foxes have short legs,
long muzzles and triangular ears. Their fur
is thick and their tails are long and bushy.
lives : In the woods and forests of
most of the United States. "They are very
elusive, "If you get to see one, you're very
lucky. Some people are lucky enough to have
a den on their property, but most people
only get to see them once or twice in their
foods : Mice, moles, rabbits,
birds' eggs, fruit, big insects and carrion.
Gray foxes are the only members of the dog
family that can climb trees.
: Long, lanky, and built for speed. They
range in color from brownish gray to darkish
gray and have a bushy tail. Coyotes can
often be heard barking sharply or howling at
lives : Shelterd places, especially
near creeks. They are most active at night,
dawn and dusk.
foods : Carrion, birds, big
insects, rodents and sometimes deer or
sheep. If you see one in your neighborhood,
bring your pets in at night. "He doesn't
know the difference between a rabbit and a
cat as far as food goes."
Coyotes are mentioned in many myths, folk
stories and legends.
The above is from
an article written by Sarah McEntire and
Jennifer Okamoto for The Dallas Morning
News. Article was found in the Kid News
section of the Chicago Tribune newspaper
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