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Today's tip – pets have spring fever after our long, hard winter.
Lost & Found Ohio Pets reports that they currently have more than 650 open cases of missing pets in Ohio. It's an epidemic!
It's been a long hard winter in Ohio and pets have cabin fever from being cooped up. Chances are they didn't get outside as much during the last 4 months, or that their time outside was curtailed. Maybe they didn't get their usual quota of walks while owners battled the ice and frigid weather. That means they have a lot of steam to blow off and may act out when they get their first few weeks of outdoors this spring. Please watch your pets extra closely during this time of year!
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