There’s a lot going on this month in special pet holidays:
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month: Read up on how to recognize and report animal cruelty.
April 14-20: National Pet ID Week: It’s crucial that your pet is properly tagged and microchipped. If you haven’t done it yet, now is a great time to visit your vet. Just in case, here’s what to do if your pet gets lost.
April 11: National Pet Day: A day dedicated to loving our animals and spreading awareness about rescue and adoption.
April 26: National Kids and Pets Day: Celebrating the bond between human children and furry children.
April 27: World Veterinary Day: An annual celebration of the veterinary profession; this years’ focus is on vaccinations.
April 27: Hairball Awareness Day: Cat or dog suffering from hairballs? Give them a spoonful of natural canned pumpkin (not the stuff for pumpkin pies)—it should help soothe their digestive system and gets things moving.