You may have heard that feeding your dog ice is very dangerous and could cause serious illness or even death, especially during the extreme summer heat. We spoke to Oklahoma vets to get the truth about this warning.
It's that time of year again. Get ready Oklahoma for the annual mosquito invasion! It's a real problem and one that could affect you and your pets. Health experts and veterinarians across the state are warning Oklahomans about the dangers of mosquitoes. Your health and the health of your pets are at risk.
Midwestern Pet Food Inc. in Chickasha, OK. could be linked to hundreds of cases of severe illness and even death to pets. The FDA (U.S. Food and Drug Administration) has issued a warning to the pet food company outlining their findings of a recent inspection.
Now this is a really cool idea and one I would have never thought of. There's a dog park that's also a restaurant and pub in Oklahoma City called Solo's Park & Pub. It's located at 13310 Pawnee Drive in OKC so it's just a short trip down I-44 and about an hour or so away from Lawton, Fort Sill. It's the perfect place to take the entire family, including the dog!
If you've been outside at all over the past week or so you certainly don't need me to tell you this, there's mosquitoes everywhere! With all the recent rain we've seen it's taken the mosquito population and doubled, maybe even tripled it. Over the July 4th weekend it was a nightmare of constantly spraying repellent on yourself and lighting Citronella candles.
This Saturday (04-03-21) from 10:00am until 2:00pm at Lawton Animal Welfare 2104 S.W. 6th Street in Lawton it's the "Two Heart's Adoptathon" pet adoption event! If you're thinking of adding to the family and are looking for a dog or cat, stop by Lawton Animal Welfare tomorrow to adopt your new pet. They have lot's of cats and dogs that are in need of a new home. Like the saying goes: don't shop, adopt and you'll be saving a life. The event is being funded and sponsored by Pam & Barry's Team- RE/MAX Professionals.
It's back the annual "Bark in the Park" returns to the Stephens County Human Society in Duncan, OK. on Saturday, October 17th 2020 (10-17-20) from 11:00am until 3:00pm. Get ready for a family and pet friendly event that's guaranteed to be a good time and for a great cause.