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FMDP is an all-volunteer, community based as a nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation and improvement of our Morristown dog park. We plan to have activities to benefit our park and its members, such as pet safety, rabies and vaccinations clinics, fundraising, responsible pet ownership, pet education and fun. FMDP will strive to provide a safe and healthy environment for our canine pets to enjoy off leash exercise and fun while their owners are giving a chance to be a part of a community of other pet owners with shared interests.

We are currently waiting or the IRS to approve our non-profit application; the state of TN has already approved the “Friends of the Morristown Dog Park”.

The Morristown dog park was opened in March 2012 with the expectations of dog lovers in mind. We started with a ball field and thru modifications we have a wonderful open area for dogs to play. Dogs of all sizes and ages gather here to Play. We have planted trees and put up shade systems for everyone to enjoy. Other amenities are sand pit, fire hydrant, water station, and kiddie pools. Coming soon is dog pools, (they are shaped like bones), and tunnel/ramp for more adventures. When folks think of a dog park I am pretty sure fellowship doesn’t’ come to mind, however the humans enjoy the trips as much as the dogs. New friendships are made all around.

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Knowing when a condition is serious enough to warrant a visit to your hospital’s emergency room is vital information. You can prevent an unnecessary and costly trip to the ER by knowing when it is appropriate to go, or whether you can opt for a trip to an urgent care center or family physician instead. Percentage of ER visits that are not necessary, leading to $4.4 billion in avoidable costs: 17% When to Take Your Infant to the ER: It is best to first contact your doctor through their on-call number in order to gauge the seriousness of the situation. Changes in skin color (turning pale, yellow, or mottled) Changes in their normal cry Changes in muscle tone or they feel different Breathing changes (slow, labored) Change in sleeping pattern, hard to wake or if your baby turns blue In babies under 3 months old, if their temperature is over 100.3 F In babies 3 + months old, if their temperature is over 105. When to Take Your Child to the ER: If your child has difficulty breathing, signs include: breathing faster than normal, visible ribs or collarbone when breathing in, the belly moving outward while breathing in, the nostrils moving outward when breathing in, blue lips or tongue. If your child has a fever and a stiff neck, dehydration or a condition that makes them more susceptible to infections Call 911 immediately if your child has a fever and stops breathing, has a seizure, or is difficult to rouse. If your child has ingested a toxic chemical or a medication that was not prescribed to them. If your child has a broken bone, a bone that looks out of place or is obviously deformed, an open wound where a bone may be broken, or if your child reports that the area feels numb, tingling or weak

Signs of a stroke, which include: Sudden weakness or numbness of the face, arm or leg on one side of the body. Sudden dizziness or loss of vision, particularly in one eye Loss of speech or trouble talking or understanding speech Sudden, severe headache with no known cause Unexplained dizziness, unsteadiness or sudden falls, especially when paired with other stroke symptoms - Loss of Consciousness - Severe Shortness of Breath - Signs of a heart attack lasting two minutes or more, include: - Pressure, fullness, squeezing or pain in center of the chest - Sudden dizziness or loss of vision - Tightness, burning or aching under the breast bone - Chest pain with lightheadedness - Poisoning Call you local poison control center first and ask for immediate home treatment advice. Certain poisons should be vomited; others should be diluted with water. Drowsiness, unexplained stupor or disorientation Bleeding that does not stop after ten minutes of pressure A severe reaction to an insect bite or sting Sudden and severe pain A major injury such as a head trauma Severe or persistent vomiting Homicidal or suicidal feelings Bad Reasons to Go to the ER: The following are situations that are self-treatable or where urgent care or a doctor’s visit would be appropriate… Toothaches Chest pain not accompanied by nausea, sweating or shortness of breath, or a history of diabetes or heart disease Cold/flu symptoms unless w/ fainting, frequent diarrhea, changes in vision, chest pressure or frequent vomiting Sprains Sunburns Back pain Headaches Minor cuts Rash, unless MRSA is suspected Insect stings or bites (unless breathing is impaired) STDs and STD complications Ear ache

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