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Join us Saturday, December 14, 2019 for our second annual Holiday Party!

This year we are excited to work with the Davis County Animal Shelter to combine our holiday event with a “Home for the Holidays” adoption event! Join us for free coffee, hot chocolate, cookies, popcorn, goodie-bags and photos with Santa!

This event is free and open to the public. Pets must be on a non-retractable leash during the event. We hope to see you all there!

December 14th 11:00AM to 3:00PM at the Davis County Animal Shelter – 1422 E 600 N, Fruit Heights, UT 84037.

HUGE THANK YOU TO HUGO COFFEE FOR BRINGING THEIR DELICIOUS COFFEE AND HOT CHOCOLATE, ROYAL CANIN FOR PROVIDING THE COOKIES, AND TO DAVIS COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER FOR LETTING US HAVE OUR EVENT AT THEIR FACILITY!

Humane Society 13 Days of Giving!

We love that we were able to support the Humane Society during their 13 Days of Giving! The Humane Society is such a wonderful local organization that is committed to helping and saving the homeless pets in our community. We are proud to support and sponsor them in any way we can!

Check out our segment on Fox 13

November Pet Food Drive

Thank you so much to all those who donated to our pet food drive during the month of November. Because of your generous donations we were able to collect over 2200lbs of food to feed pets at the Davis County Animal Shelter and pets supported by Street Dawg Crew of Utah – helping homeless and low income families feed their pets.

Check out 97.1 ZHT Friday mornings for Frankie’s Furry Fridays spotlighting an adoptable pet from the Utah Humane Society.

Check out Frankie and Jess on Friday mornings to meet the weekly Furry Friday Pet from the Humane Society of Utah!

Winter Safety for Your Pets

During winter months it is important to keep your pets warm and safe. Here are a few tips to help your pets enjoy the winter wonderland outside.

— If it’s too cold for you, it’s probably too cold for your pet. When temperatures drop pets should not be kept outdoors for extended periods of time. Pets can become hypothermic, suffer frost bite or even death.

— Wipe off paws and dry off fur after returning inside. Removing salt and snow from your pet’s paws and fur can prevent irritation from ice melt and dried out skin.

— Keep antifreeze and other chemicals out of reach from your pets. Ingestion of antifreeze can result in kidney failure if not treated immediately and other chemicals can also have severe consequences. Prevention is the best option when it comes to toxin exposure.

— Pets may need a few extra calories during winter months. Offering a few extra treats, or a little more at meal times can help meet the caloric needs during cold weather. Keep in mind that most animals will put on some winter weight; however, this should be a small amount of weight that will be lost in the spring.