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Keep your pets safe & sound as the weather and temperatures fluctuate.
Here are some tips & reminders to help keep furbabies safe

Never ever leave your pets in a parked car - not even for a minute. Temps rise to dangerous levels in no time at all.

Watch the humidity -  You know how easily people sweat when it is humid out. Pets don't sweat, so their core temp can skyrocket quickly. Their temps should not be allowed to get over 104 degrees.
Limit exercise on hot days - Adjust the intensity and duration of exercise in regards to the temperature. Limit exercise to early morning or evening hours in warm temps. Asphalt gets very hot and can burn your pet's paws, so walk your dog on the grass if at all possible. Clean up if your dog leaves a "gift" on someone else's lawn. ALWAYS carry water with you to keep your dog from dehydrating.
Provide ample shade & water - Protection from the heat & sun are a must as is plenty of fresh, cool water. Tree shade & tarps are ideal because they don't obstruct air flow. Yes, a doghouse may provide some shade; but because of no air flow, it will heat up quickly causing a possible worse scenario for your pet.
Watch for heatstroke - heavy panting, glazed eyes, rapid heartbeat, difficulty breathing, excessive thirst, lethargy, fever, dizziness, lack of coordination, profuse salivation, vomiting, deep red/purple tongue, seizure, and unconsciousness are all signs that your pet is in trouble! Seek medical attention for your pet!

How to treat a pet suffering from heatstroke

Move your pet into the shade or an air-conditioned area. Apply ice packs or cold towels to their head, neck & chest or run cool (NOT COLD) water over them. Let them drink small amounts of cool water or lick ice cubes and take them directly to a veterinarian.

During BBQs, make sure to keep your pets away from these items that are poisonous to them: alcohol, onion, avocado, garlic, xylitol, choclate, macadamia nuts, grapes/raisins, bones (especially chicken bones) and wooden skewers. 

Major repairs/additions planned for your home's exterior? Please contact JR's CMA manager, Dawn Allred, and her team at 972-943-2828 for instructions on how to proceed.

Jr Community Pool will be Closing for the Swim season on wednesday, october 3rd

hope your swim season was fun!
Thank you for adhering to the Pool Rules 

Jackson Ranch has got a Facebook Page!

Reminders ~ and THANK YOU in advance
* To avoid vioation notices/fines ~
        - mow
        - take care of weeds
        - beautify the outside of your home
                *replace fence if it isn't sturdy/secure
                *replace trim
                *plant a tree or two
        - put trash cans out of sight (behind your fence or in your garage). Make sure they are put away the same day as trash pickup, please!

*School is back in session. Be mindful of kids walking to their bus stops!  Please be vigilant and slow down to ensure everyone's safety in our neighborhood.

*Refrain from parking on the streets, if at all possible. It creates blind spots and narrow passageways in addition to creating a hazard/concern for emergency vehicle access. Homeowners parking along Owen Oaks, Briar Oaks, Brookside & Windridge are urged to park on one side of the street.

*Remember to  be at least 10 feet away from stop signs or intersections if parking on the street.

Careful at the corner of Swisher/Briaroaks! This intersection has proven to be a dangerous one. Homeowners are encouraged to contact the following representatives and request safety measures are reviewed and put in place, specifically a flashing light or a stop light.
        LD Interim City Manager -  John Cabrales

                                                      Phone: 940-497-2226  X121
                                                      email: jcabrales@lakedallas.com
        Chief of Police - Dan Carolla
                                     Phone: 940-497-2226 X110  
                                     email: dcarolla@lakedallas.com
for Police Administration/Criminal Investigation Records - 940-497-2228
*** Please remember that the dispatch window at LDPD is no longer staffed 24/7***
For non-emergency calls, dial 940-349-1600, press 9

        LD Public Works Superintendent - Curt Miller - 940-497-2226 
                                                                    email: cmiller@lakedallas.com

     Tuesday, October 2 - National Night Out, 5:30 in the Briaroaks cul-de-sac by the pool
      Wednesday, October 3 - JR pool closes for the season
      Wednesday, October 10 - JR HOA Meeting, 6pm, Liberation Coffee in Lake Dallas
      Saturday, October 13 - Community Garage Sale
      Tuesday, October 30 - judging for Halloween/Fall Decorating Contest. ONE WINNER
      Saturday, November 3 - Fall Neighborhood Clean-up, 9am, location TBD.


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