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California Veterinarians Recognize National Pet Week With Tips to Keep Your Animal in a Safe Environment
Date:4/30/2008

SACRAMENTO, Calif., April 30 /PRNewswire/ -- National Pet Week, May 4-10, celebrates the relationships formed between humans and animals and is a great opportunity to emphasize the caretaking actions we can take for our animal friends, including providing regular health care as recommended by your veterinarian; giving them plenty of attention, exercise, and companionship; and keeping the environment for your pets safe and pleasant.

"Being a responsible pet owner means ensuring your dog or cat is provided with proper shelter, food and water, toys to play with and a clean and safe living environment," said California Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA) President Jeff Smith, DVM. "If companion animals are kept outside for an extended period, they need to be provided with adequate shelter against extreme hot and cold weather and provided with water. Also, animals, whether indoor or out, like interaction with humans, so we encourage owners to spend quality time with their pets."

According to the CVMA, pets are a lot like people when it comes to comfort. They like cozy places, soft, clean bedding, fresh water and a sanitary environment. For pets, this means a living space free from fleas, ticks, dust and excessive noise. Dog beds can include fleece blankets.

Veterinarians recommend the following tips for choosing and maintaining living spaces for dogs and cats:

Indoor and Outdoor Living Space Tips. Many pets live indoors and have access to the outdoors.

-- Make sure your living space is safe for your pets. Certain plants are

toxic to pets, for example. Be aware of hazards indoors such as

unsecured doors and accessible cleaning supplies.

-- Pets enjoy napping on a couch, so choose durable furniture made in

colors that won't show dirt readily if you allow this. If your pet is

not allowed on furniture, create a comfortable bed in the main living

area, so it can han
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