November 2018

Audience: Foster Caregivers, Shelter/Rescue Staff & Volunteers

Brushing in an important part of home husbandry care that helps keep your foster pets coat and skin healthy. It also allows you oversight over the foster pet's entire body, allowing you to monitor for lumps, bumps, and cuts. Finally, the brushing process can also be a meaningful way to help you bond with your foster dog or cat.

In this short video, learn the best way to brush your dog or cat that makes the process fun and easy for both you and your foster pet.

Fear Free - Taking the 'Pet' out of Petrified
Fear Free provides online and in-person education to veterinary professionals, the pet professional community, and pet owners. Their courses provide learners and pet lovers with the knowledge and tools to not only look after a pet's physical well-being, but her emotional well-being as well. They know that we must feed the pet's mind as well as the body so they make sure that in-home enrichment and Fear Free training are front-and-center with pet professionals and pet owners alike.

To learn more about Fear Free you can visit their website.