Silver Spring, MD – The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has continued to take action in the ongoing response effort to the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic:
Thursday, the FDA included, under the ventilator emergency use authorization (EUA), a ventilator developed by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), which is tailored to treat patients with COVID-19 Coronavirus.
Westbrook, ME – IDEXX Laboratories, Inc. (NASDAQ: IDXX), a global leader in veterinary diagnostics and software, has announced the availability of the IDEXX SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) RealPCR™ Test for pets.
National Weater Service reports light snow expected across Clarksville-Montgomery County this evening
National Weather Service (NWS)
Nashville, TN – The National Weather Service reports isolated light snow showers across Clarksville-Montgomery County and northern portions of Middle
Snowfall accumulations could approach one quarter of an inch for locations north of I-40 and west of I-65. Caution on area roadways advised.
Cold weather will be in place today, but it will become even colder by Wednesday as a strong arctic cold front moves through the area late tonight.
Montgomery County Animal Care and Control (MCACC)
Montgomery County, TN – Montgomery County Animal Care and Control (MCACC) reminds all pet owners of Montgomery County of the importance of making sure pets are properly cared for during the winter months and during periods of freezing temperatures.
Unusually cold temperatures are expected this week, which can be dangerous and even fatal for pets left outdoors for extended periods of time. Just as freezing temps can be harmful and fatal for humans, the risks are just as dangerous for pets. If it’s too cold for people to be outside, then it’s too cold for pets.
Montgomery County Animal Care
Montgomery County, TN – Montgomery County Animal Care and Control says that although summer does not officially begin until June 21st, the outdoor temperatures have already been averaging 10 degrees higher than average.
During these high temperatures, it is important to remember that heat related illnesses in dogs and cats can set in quickly, sometimes within just a few minutes. Dogs and cats are very susceptible to heat exhaustion, often followed by heat stroke if not treated immediately.
AAA/Kurgo survey shows nearly one in five respondents admit to taking hands off the wheel to keep dogs from climbing in front seat
Orlando, FL – Seventy-eight million dogs reside in more than 46 million U.S. households, according to the American Pet Products Association, and an increasing number of these furry companions accompany their families on road trips, day trips and even local errands.
However, in a vehicle this can mean added distractions for the driver and added dangers for all passengers, including pets.
Nashville, TN – Tennessee animal lovers know that pets can be a great source of companionship. Unfortunately, pet owners may be unaware of how easily animals can not only be the victim of a home fire, but the unintentional cause of a fire as well.
In recognition of National Pet Fire Safety Day (July 15th, 2017), the Tennessee State Fire Marshal’s Office offers important tips to keep pets, people, and property safe from fire.
Clarksville, TN – Summer arrived at our door early in Clarksville and we’ve seen temperatures in the mid to upper 90s. CPD has already had three heat related, preventable dog deaths in our community and haven’t hit the hottest part of the summer yet.
In an effort to try and prevent further incidents of heat related deaths, the Clarksville Police Department, working in conjunction with Montgomery County Animal Care and Control, want to give pet owners some reminders/education about safeguarding your pets in hot weather.
Nashville, TN – For many Tennesseans, pets provide comfort, friendship, and unconditional love. Unfortunately, a pet can not only be the victim of a home fire, but the unintentional cause of it as well. The Tennessee State Fire Marshal’s Office wants to educate pet owners on important precautions to keep pets, people, and property safe from fire.
“We remind Tennesseans that fire safety is a key component of responsible pet ownership,” said State Fire Marshal and Commerce & Insurance Commissioner Julie Mix McPeak. “Simple preventative measures can and should be implemented to protect pets from the devastating effects of fire.”
Health, Agriculture & TWRA Leaders Ask Tennesseans to Help Fight Deadly Disease
Nashville, TN – In the first three months of this year, the Tennessee Department of Health State Public Health Laboratory has confirmed rabies in three wild animals and five pet dogs and cats.
The deadly disease is causing concern for officials with the departments of Health and Agriculture and the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, who believe some may have forgotten or are not aware of the impact of rabies.
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