The Texas Veterinary Medical Foundation (TVMF), who is dedicated to ensuring the health and welfare of animals in Texas, along with Iams, Emergency Animal Hospital of Northwest Austin and Town Lake Animal Center will be at Auditorium Shores this Saturday, June 25, to educate pet owners about how to keep pets safe in the Texas heat. TVMF wants to ensure that pet owners know the signs of heatstroke, how to prevent it and what to do if their pet overheats.
We invite you to drop by the Fannie Davis Gazebo at Auditorium Shores along the Lady Bird Lake Hike and Bike Trail this Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., for some helpful information on heatstroke prevention and free goodies for you and Fido. Remember, heatstroke and Fido shouldn't mix!
The Texas Veterinary Medical Foundation was established in 1978 as a charitable and philanthropic organization. The Foundation is dedicated to ensuring the health and welfare of animals in Texas and celebrating the human-animal bond through education, public relations, research, fundraising and the development of people in the field of veterinary medicine.