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PETS


Chilling Out…


With Debbie Fryer of Pets are Pals Sheffield


We all love the warmer summer weather. But put yourself in your pets’ paws – how would you feel wearing a fur coat on a red hot day?


Beat the heat and help your pets keep cool this summer with our tips for all your favourite animals.


DOGS • Try to avoid walks when the sun


is at its hottest to prevent heat exertion. Early morning or late evening is best, before 8am or after 5pm.


• Pavements and sand can become molten hot and burn paws. Check with your hand before letting your pet step on and


invest in some pad wax to protect paws.


• Trim long-haired breeds to shed some of the heavy fur. Stockier short haired breeds need sunscreen and we sell Aloe Vera to help ease any sun burn or skin irritation from rubbing.


• With our dogs, we fill our children’s old sand pit with water for them to cool off in. They also love the pet-friendly Pawsecco ice lollies we have in store at Pets are Pals.


Passport… Plane… Pets... ?!?


Are you getting all in a flap over who will look after your pets before you even take flight?


CATS • For cats that roam outdoors,


make sure there are plenty of shaded areas in the garden for them to relax. Leave fresh water down daily.


• Trim long-haired cats slightly and make sure you apply sunscreen to bald varieties.


Caring for and re-homing abandoned and neglected animals since 1988


We have BIG plans for a better future We need you!


Send them off on their own vacation


We are fully licensed and insured Pet sitters able to look after: • SMALL ANIMALS • REPTILES • BIRDS • FISH


Trust the animal experts


From weekend breaks to a two-week holiday let us take care of your furry, feathered or scaly friends while you relax with peace of mind


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Book your reservation earl before your next trip


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You can make a difference!


Are you seeking a rewarding role?


We are looking for two additional trustees to join the Board and help us drive the charity forward.


Are you caring and willing to get stuck into the life of the charity? Are you a good team player who shares our vision? Do you enjoy decision making and would like to take an active part in our management?


Could you influence our future with real executive powers? You could help make a difference


Being a trustee of an animal sanctuary is challenging but immensely rewarding


Qualifications are not essential but skills in IT, finance, HR, fundraising or PR would be useful Please contact the secretary to the board for an informal chat


Call Jane Sara on: 07854717804 or email: jane5019sara@gmail.com


OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Tel: 01142 450004 (Find us a mile off junction 35 of the M1)


63-67 Station Road, Chapeltown, Sheffield S35 2XF 42 aroundtownmagazine.co.uk


Open Tuesday – Sunday 11am-3pm On-site charity shops and café open every weekend


The Stables, Todwick Rd, North Anston, Sheffield S25 3SE


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