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Your Guide to This Weekend

Your Guide to This Weekend

Friday, September 23:

  • MOPS Consignment Sale in Warner Robins, starts at 9 a.m. at Southside Baptist in Kathleen at 101 Bear Branch Rd.
  • Friday Fest in Downtown Macon: check for live music at Third St. Park
  • Mystery Road and The Lee Boys perform in Griffin at The Cavern, 8 p.m.
  • Saint Francis performs at The Hummingbird in Downtown Macon.
  • Ride to End Alzheimer's Poker Run. 11 a.m. at Summer's Landing in Warner Robins

Saturday, September 24:

Show us your trail cam photos!

Show us your trail cam photos!

If you're a hunter (or not) and have trailcam photos, we'd love to see them!

Email them to whereyoulive@13wmaz.com 

Missing Pomeranian: have you seen this dog?

Missing Pomeranian: have you seen this dog?

This male pomeranian named Asland, has been missing since Thursday.

He went missing from Highway 22.

If you find this dog, please call 478-932-5078. There is a cash reward for his return.


Summer Safety Tips for Pets

Summer Safety Tips for Pets
Summer Safety Tips

Hot weather can make us all uncomfortable, and it poses special risks for your dog. Keep the following safety concerns in mind as the temperature rises, and follow our tips to keep your dog cool.

Heat Hazards

If your dog is outside on a hot day, make sure he has a shady spot to rest in. Doghouses are not good shelter during the summer as they can trap heat. You may want to fill a child's wading pool with fresh water for your dog to cool off in.

Never leave your dog in a closed vehicle on a hot day. The temperature inside a car can rise to over 100 degrees in a matter of minutes.

Always provide plenty of cool, fresh water.

Avoid strenuous exercise on extremely hot days. Take walks in the early mornings or evenings, when the sun's heat is less intense.

Try to avoid prolonged exposure to hot asphalt or sand, which can burn your dog's paws.

4th of July Safety Tips for Your Furry Friend

4th of July Safety Tips for Your Furry Friend

Fourth of July fireworks are dazzling for people, but not always for dogs. Many dogs are afraid of fireworks and some even develop a phobic response. To help keep your dogs safe this Fourth of July, consider the following tips:

If you’re not sure how your dog responds to fireworks, don’t leave him home alone on the fourth. Dogs with firework phobias can easily panic and injure themselves. You want to be home with your dog to supervise his behavior. July fifth is one of the busiest days for shelters, when people go looking for dogs that escaped in a panic.

If you can’t stay home with your dog, keep him confined and make sure he can’t escape. Close the windows, crank on the A/C and turn up the television or radio to help block outside noise. Then give him a wonderful chew bone to concentrate on.

Take Your Dog to Work Day

June 24 marks "Take Your Dog to Work Day."

The event is sponsored by Pet Sitters International.

They provide seven tips on ensuring you and your pooch have a great day at work together.

Photo Contest: Art of the Cat Nap

It's National Adopt a Shelter Cat Month.

What does this mean? You should head over to your local shelter and adopt a cat, at least according to the ASPCA website.

But this also means you can enter the Adopt a Shelter Cat Month Photo Contest. The theme: the Art of the Cat Nap: Photos of Kitty in Unusual Sleeping Spots photo contest!

Check out the low-down on how to enter your photo.

If you have cute kitty photos, of course we want to see them as well. We're just not the ones with the contest.