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While Midlands Humane Society adopts out mostly cats and dogs; we also care for a myriad of small animals such as rats, gerbils, hamsters, gui…

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You’ll need to address the fleas currently living and breeding on their preferred host — your dog or cat. Killing the fleas at all stages of development protects your pet and helps remove the pests from your home overall.

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If you become sick with COVID-19, you should ideally delegate your pet’s care to a family member or friend and isolate from them as much as possible.If you live by yourself and are unable to find someone to care for your pet, wear a mask when dealing with them.

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If you notice your dog seems to be in pain and isn’t as active as usual, talk to your veterinarian; your pet might have arthritis. Older pets, especially large dogs, are vulnerable to arthritis and other joint diseases.

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Your pet’s vaccination needs may change with age. Talk to your veterinarian about a vaccination program for your geriatric pet.

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Pets can show signs of senility. Stimulating them through interactions can help keep them mentally active. If you notice any changes in your pet’s behavior, consult your veterinarian.

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Older pets may need changes in their lifestyle, such as sleeping areas to avoid stairs or more time indoors. Disabled pets have special needs that can be discussed with your veterinarian.

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You might want to have pet food delivered to you. Contact local pet supply stores to find out if they provide this service. Many stores have curbside pickup available if you call in advance. Chewy.com might be a good source for delivery of your pet’s needs.

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