Protect Your Pets This Holiday Season–Bobcats Especially

Bobcat and Coyote Alert To Protect Your Pets

We want your pets to be safe this holiday season and actually at any given time as well:). We do have bobcats and coyotes sharing our cities with us. If you own a larger dog, you may be able to safely allow them to play in your yard alone. If your relatives are bringing smaller pets, they may not be as safe.

Photo Of Bobcat Taken In Our Area

 

We see sad tragedies where small pets are taken from client's back yards by bobcats or coyotes. Be sure to inform your visitors to closely supervise any outdoor play or potty times for our smaller friends.

Be sure to keep trash locked down tightly and do not feed dogs and cats outdoors. This can attract critters into our areas.

Have a Safe and Merry Christmas

PS We have not seen any reign deer hurt our pets. They are very nice:)

If you have any questions or concerns, call James M. Greenwell and his staff at 214-547-8387

For after hour emergency care, the Emergency Animal Hospital of Collin County's number is 214-547-9900.

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