Volume 2 - Issue 4   July 2008

I hope everyone had a great (and safe) Fourth of July! Well, summer has officially started and with it all the usual perks: long days, more sun and more time to spend with our pets! But you know what they say about too much of a good thing!

 In this month’s newsletter we want to make sure you and your pet enjoy the long summer days by avoiding heat stroke. We’ll also give you some tips on how to properly go “beachcombing.”

 Enjoy “The Scoop” For July 2008.


Brandon James

Planet-Pets TV

Summer is here and the beaches are crowded...but not just with vacationers trying to beat the heat of summer. Our sea mammal friends also use the beaches as a place to rest and recuperate.

Travel with us as we learn how humans are helping to return our afflicted flipperred friends to health and happiness in the big blue.

Watch Episode 9 Now!


Pet Videos Of The Month!

"Cats Learning to Swim & Deep Sea Creatures!"


Pet Articles

Keeping Your Pet Cool This Summer
- by Michelle Dalida

According to AAA, if it's 85 degrees outdoors, your car's dashboard can heat up to 170 degrees within only 15 minutes – even if you leave the windows cracked open!

Because of this danger, many states have laws against leaving a pet unattended in a car...

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Tips on Beachcombing: Finding Sea Life
- By Michelle Dalida

The hottest summer spot is the beach. And, even though people usually go to the beach for the cool water and the warm sun, if you’re lucky and you’re on the lookout you will find that the beach is booming with sea life…

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