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Supporting This Site

Like everything else, it costs money to keep this site up and running: domain registration, hosting fees, and the like. Noddy and Michael are donating their time and expertise, but unfortunately neither of them have yet found a host who will donate their services.

If you’d like to help keep this site live on the Internet, you can send a donation via PayPal to Michael, who designed and hosts this site. All donations will go to hosting the site; any excess, if any, will go to helping host Water Paws Pet Comfort Stations, or to support local animal rescue efforts. The link below merely provides Michael’s email address. You can then surf to PayPal’s Send Money page, plug the email address in, and donate however much you wish.

Thank you.

Useful Info

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One quick method for testing your dog or cat for dehydration is to “pinch” up the skin on his or her neck. A well-hydrated animal’s skin will return to normal immediately. A dehydrated animal’ skin will remain “tented” for several moments.

If your animal is suffering from sticky eyes, has sticky saliva, or fails the “pinch” test, he is suffering from dehydration and very possibly from heat exhaustion. Getting him or her cared for at the pet comfort station is a good short-term solution, but you need to take your pet to the veterinarian. If your pet is suffering from diarrhea or vomiting, or worse, is stumbling, shaking, having a seizure, or is semi-conscious, you need to drop everything and get your pet to the vet immediately.

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