# Pet care
Taking Care of Pets in Late Summer
Even though it's almost September, Hollywood veterinarian Dr. Sehaj Grewal continues to see many dogs at his office with "hot spots"--these are places on a pet's body that have been impacted by summer heat and have redness from repeated scratching.
Denver will pay you $75 to talk about your pet
If you can’t stop talking about your dog – or cat – Denver officials want to talk to you. In fact, they’ll even pay you for your time. You can earn $75 by participating in a focus group about pet parenting in the mile high city. The City and County of Denver will host small group conversations on Zoom in the coming weeks.
Pandemic Fuels More Anxiety in Pets
With people sheltering at home these past two years, a family's pet dog or cat got very used to their owners being by their side all the time. Fast forward to present day, people are increasingly going back to work at the office or traveling, leaving their beloved four legged friends at home. This has the potential to create major anxiety, noted The Melrose Vet's Sehaj Grewal.
Cats and Their Food
Our sweet Dooley. Photo by author. One day they love it and the next, well...you know. But hopefully, for you people who share your lives with cats, the following article will help.
Aurora uses scarred dog to highlight tailgate disasters
A dog ejected from the back of a truck visited Aurora City Council this week.AuroraTV. A dog badly scarred due to an accident when it was unsecured in the back of a truck visited the Aurora City Council on Monday.
Pet Protection: Caring for your furry friends during an Arizona summer
(Pinal County, AZ) It may be only April, but temperatures are heating up around the Valley, and pet owners are preparing to keep their four-legged friends happy and safe. Heat exhaustion in our pets can present itself in many forms. Symptoms that an animal may be experiencing adverse effects of the heat include rapid breathing, glazed-over eyes, excessive salivating, increased body temperature, and vomiting.
Untreated Eye Infections Can Lead to Feline Blindness
Recently, 91 cats were rescued from a Tewksbury home in Massachusetts after the owner found himself unable to care for them after the death of his spouse. According to Masslive, out of the 32 cats that are under the MSPCA's care, 29 cats had an upper respiratory infection and 32 were being treated for ear and dental ailments. The majority suffer from irreparable damages to the eye due to neglect and lack of proper medical attention.