Animals & Pets

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  • Thanksgiving Treats and Savory Safety Tips
    by Kathryn C. on November 21, 2017 at 6:36 pm

    Thanksgiving is a time for family and friends to gather and feast on turkey, potatoes, green beans, and pie. You may be inclined to share a scrap or two with your pet. After all, they’re part of the family too. But do you know what you can, and should not share with your cat or […] The post Thanksgiving Treats and Savory Safety Tips appeared first on The Trupanion Blog. […]

  • A Sensitive Stomach and Curious Appetite Led to a Rough Year
    by Mairi B on November 20, 2017 at 11:14 pm

    “I have 3 Golden Retrievers and one has had a very tough year. Scarlet became sick in April 2012 with an ongoing GI problem. Her usual wonderful vet, Dr. Joel Kaye of Angell Animal Medical Center, was away. I had the good fortune to get an appointment with Dr. Kirstin Johnson at Angell Animal Medical […] The post A Sensitive Stomach and Curious Appetite Led to a Rough Year appeared first on The Trupanion Blog. […]

  • Caring for a Senior Pet
    by Mairi B on November 20, 2017 at 11:13 pm

    As pets age, their needs shift and they often require special care. Unfortunately, pet owners may not know their cat or dog is a senior and how that changes their needs. Below are some tips you can share with pet owners to help them understand the needs of their senior pet. When is a pet […] The post Caring for a Senior Pet appeared first on The Trupanion Blog. […]

  • Ethics Exhaustion CE Webinar Now Available On Demand
    by Mairi B on November 20, 2017 at 11:12 pm

    Learn more about ethics exhaustion and how you can prevent it Ethics exhaustion is a topic close to our hearts at Trupanion. Veterinarians and veterinary staff are our friends, colleagues, classmates, and caretakers of our beloved pets. Sadly, we are seeing disturbing trends related to veterinary burnout, compassion fatigue, decreased career satisfaction, and suicide within the […] The post Ethics Exhaustion CE Webinar Now Available On Demand appeared first on The Trupanion Blog. […]

  • Moving with your dog: A guide to preventing pet anxiety
    by Guest Blogger on November 19, 2017 at 2:00 pm

    Dogs love consistency. They thrive in a routine and love familiar environments. If your family has to move to a new home, that change can stress out your dog. Stressed dogs show a variety of symptoms: Destructive behaviors including biting, licking, or chewing objects, furniture, or his skin. Increased barking or howling. Soiling inside the […] The post Moving with your dog: A guide to preventing pet anxiety appeared first on The Trupanion Blog. […]

Local Pet Shelters

Partners for Pets, Inc.
The Phil Rotolo Memorial Animal Shelter
4011 Maintenance Dr. (formerly VoTech Dr.)
Marianna, FL 
Shelter Manager: Debbie O’Quinn
Phone: 850-482-4570
Email: petmanager.oquinn621@gmail.com

Bay County Animal Control
6401 Bay Line Dr, Panama City, FL 32404
Phone:(850) 767-3333

R.U.F.F.
Rescued Unwanted Furry Friends
1003 Hwy 173 Graceville, FL 32440
Phone: (850) 863-7833
Email: janice@911ruff.org