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HART for Animals, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to saving the lives of homeless pets in Western Maryland.

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BREDEL VETERINARY CLINIC
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday:
8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Wednesday - Evening Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 7 p.m. 
Saturday: 8 to 1 p.m. every other weekend. Please call for schedule.
Sunday: Closed
 

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Sunday: 8:00 a.m. to Noon (Pick-up and Drop-off Only)

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Sunday: Closed 

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HART News!

Tuesday
Jun302015

NOT SO HAPPY 4TH OF JULY FOR PETS

The 4th of July is the day that many pets run away from home. Some of them end up in shelters... but others just get hurt. Don't let your cat or dog be one of them this year! Animals do not like loud noises, flashing lights and strong smells. They cannot tell why so many people staring at the dark sky yell "Ahhh" and "Ohhh" after a loud noise and an unpleasant smell. 

 

So, here are some tips from the Humane Society of the United States to make sure your pet enjoys Independence Day as much as any American:

Keep your pet safely away from fireworks

When you go to see the fireworks, leave your pets safely indoors, preferably with a radio or TV turned on to hide jarring noises. Even pets who are usually kept outdoors should be brought inside. 

If your pet is scared by fireworks, ask a veterinarian for help

There are medications and techniques that might help alleviate your pet's fear and anxiety. You can also try the HSUS's suggestions for helping your dog cope with loud noises.

Safeguard your pet with a collar and I.D. tag

All pets, even those kept indoors full-time, should always wear collars with ID tags. Indoor-only pets can become so frightened during fireworks displays that they may take desperate measures to escape the noise, including breaking through window or door screens.

It’s also a good idea to have your pet microchipped. (HART Note: Some microchipped pets have been returned to their human parents months - even years - after they have been lost.) 

 

If your pet does become lost in Garrett County, Maryland, or vicinity, call the Garrett County Animal Shelter at 301-334-3553 or e-mail HART at info@hartforanimals.org

 Warning: Some pets become so frantic on July 4th that they cause themselves serious injury or even death.

Tuesday
Jun232015

UPDATE ON THE HART HOME RAFFLE

As many of you know, we were unfortunately not able to sell the required number of tickets to hold the home raffle. We are now mailing out the refund checks to everybody who purchased a ticket and has not donated their refund to HART.

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