June is National Pet Preparedness Month! If you haven't already done so, now's the perfect time to make sure that your pet will be properly cared for in case of emergency. Pets are amongst the most vulnerable when natural disasters occur as they can’t help themselves. Plus, many relief options available to humans aren't available to pets. That’s where you can help – prepare on behalf of your pet so that he or she will be safe in the case of disaster.
June 2014 Newsletter A
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Dear Seth, I have a Mini schnauzer and we just found out she has dog diabetes. She is getting shots now, 2 times a day. Is there any way she will be normal? Maybe the diabetes go away if she loses weight? And what kind of food is she allowed to eat? Can you please help me out? Thank you so very much. Looking forward to hearing from you, James Harrel read more
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