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Four Paws Handbook
The Four Paws: Handbook for a Pet-Friendly Community is a resource guide for the people in our community who love pets. We’ve shared useful tips and articles for every dog and cat owner. We hope the information in this handbook helps you keep your pet healthy and happy.
The handbook was created by groups in the East Tennessee community dedicated to animal welfare. The principle authors are:
- Young-Williams Animal Center
- UT College of Veterinary Medicine / Companion Animal Initiative of Tennessee
- Knoxville Veterinary Medical Association
- Most Pet-Friendly Community Initiative
Articles by This Author
Most of us have been tenants at some point in our lives and know the challenge of a “no pets allowed” rental policy. Finding a rental house or apartment for both you and your pet can take time and effort. If you plan ahead for your move, understand your landlord’s point of view, and equip your cat or dog with a resume (yes, a resume), the search for a new home can be easier.
The use of seat belts has dramatically reduced the number of people injured or killed in car crashes. But what about the four-legged potential projectile riding in the back seat of your car, or worse, perched in the front seat like a person? Is it really okay for your dog to hang his head out the window or for your cat to ride on your shoulder?