pet emergencies Tag

5 Thanksgiving Reminders for Your Dog

  We all look forward to Thanksgiving each year and as the day approaches, we are reminded of what we are truly thankful for. A little extra attention to your dog during the festivities can make all the difference when celebrating Thanksgiving and make for a...

Spring Cleaning – Make Sure That Your Dog or Cat is Safe!

Did you know that thousands of pets in the Greater Vancouver area are rushed into an emergency veterinary clinic or die as a result of accidental poisoning around the home. In many cases the cause of poisoning is from simple household products that are used...

Charitable Giving – The Chilliwack Animal Safe Haven Society

The Chilliwack Animal Safe Haven Society This year Jet Pet Resort has selected The Chilliwack Animal Safe Haven Society as its charity of choice for the holiday season. The Chilliwack Animal Safe Haven Society (www.TheSafeHaven.ca) is primarily dedicated to saving homeless cats, helping all pets stay in...

If your home caught fire, what would happen to your pet?

Responsible pet ownership encompasses many areas of your life as its care provider. To properly care for your dog or cat you must properly feed and groom, regularly exercise and make regular trips to the veterinarian to ensure that their vaccinations and health are all...

Leaving Your Dog in a Parked Car Can be a Deadly Mistake

Most people have seen on the news or have heard the tireless warnings about dogs dying in hot cars, but still many dogs become distressed and even die during hot weather each year after an owner has been negligent. The weather is often unpredictable and...