We dropped off your donations to our food drive and Pictures with Santa today at @bonnielhays! It was a record-breaking year with $1385 raised from Pictures with Santa and almost 800lbs of high-quality dry dog, cat and bird food, plus 152 cans and almost 70 bags of Lean Treats! Thank you all for your generosity and for sharing our goal of helping pets right here in our local community. Special thanks to @hillspet and @henryschein for matching Hills food and Lean Treat donations purchased at Frontier!
We saw so many amazing patients this year, 9 doesn't seem like nearly enough! But here it is, our #2018bestnine
We LOVE that one of our oldest patients, sweet 19-year-old kitty Sony, is the centerpiece! We also love that we had an even split between dog and cat pictures (though our goal is to feature a bird or two in 2019!), that our corny jokes still make you smile, and that one of our adoptable cats from Bonnie Hays Animal Shelter who went home with Jessie for our first #fosterfail also made it!
Thank YOU for making 2018 a truly wonderful year for Frontier, and we look forward to 2019 knowing that all our fabulous patients and clients will make it another great year of caring for all of you like our own family! #bestnine2018#bestnine
Happy almost 2019! While fireworks may be fun for people, they may be frightening to our furry friends. If your pet would be more comfortable with a bit of sedation during the big booms tomorrow, give us a call - we're open from 7am-6pm on New Year's Eve.
Here are some tips from our friends at @bonnielhays to keep your pets safe at home during fireworks: ✨Fireworks may cause pets to panic and escape from their normal enclosures or even to bolt away from their owners. Pet owners should take precautions before they hear the first boom, because after that, things can be very unpredictable. In many neighborhoods, fireworks happen at any time day or night, and not just on the actual holiday. 🐾Talk with your pet sitter before going out of town. Pets staying with a friend or petsitter over the holiday weekend may be even more likely to panic and bolt because they feel less secure without their family. Be sure to discuss with the sitter what to do if a pet gets lost (and how to help prevent it). 🏠Check your fence to make sure that there are no loose boards, holes or other places where a frightened or bored dog could escape from. Starting the weekend before July 4th, consider taking your dog out on leash to go potty and exercise, even if it's just in the back yard. 👍Verify that your pets' tags and microchips have your current and updated information (and that your dog is licensed). If your pet is staying with someone else and you will be out of phone range, add a tag with the caretaker's information so they can be called quickly when the pet is found. 📸Make sure you have a good current photo of your pet in case you need to make lost pet posters. Share the photo with your petsitter so that they have it if needed. 😴Keep your pet indoors, preferably crated or in a quiet interior room. 🎵Play music or talk radio to try to drown out the noise. 💊Talk to your veterinarian about whether medications could be helpful.
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