Shep is an 8 year old gray cat who was surrendered to Animal Control at the end of April because her owner could no longer afford to care for him. One of his lower eyelids rolled inward, so the lashes rubbed his eye and made him squint constantly. Thanks to the shelter’s supporters, Shep just… Continue reading Animal Control Pets of the Week
Neutering your male dog will negatively affect his personality. If your dog has always been an outgoing, fun-loving, playful dog, neutering won’t change that all. In fact, neutering may reduce inter-dog aggression and may prevent roaming. Additionally, neutering your male dog drastically reduces the risk of prostate disease and testicular cancer, as well as prevents… Continue reading Common Misconceptions About Your Pets – Debunked!
Andy is a 3 year old gray/white male cat who was brought in to Animal Control at the beginning of April as a stray. He has an opaque spot in one eye, but has been evaluated by an eye specialist – he has functional vision and it does not require medication or surgery. Andy is… Continue reading Animal Control Pets of the Week
Bruno is a 10 year old terrier who was brought to Animal Control at the end of April as a stray. He seems both vision and hearing impaired and is currently on a grain free food. Animal Control volunteers report that Bruno is a sweet dog that likes to cuddle. He is available to a… Continue reading Animal Control Pets of the Week
At Bay Country Veterinary Hospital, we are proud to place emphasis on low stress handling and positive reinforcement to make vet visits less stressful and more successful for your pets. Our entire staff has undergone extensive education and training to better understand pet behavior, and how to handle our patients in a kind and understanding… Continue reading Making Vet Visits Easier for Pets!
Baby is a 3-4 year old brown and white male tabby who was brought to Animal Control in the middle of April. His owner passed away and no family members could care for him. Baby is available to a qualified adopter for $14, which includes his neuter surgery, vaccinations, and a microchip. Little Kitty is… Continue reading Animal Control Pets of the Week
This is the time of year when shelters and rescue organizations are inundated with kittens. An unspayed female cat can have 3-4 litters of kittens in one year, averaging 2-6 kittens per litter. You do the math! Most of these unexpected and unwanted kittens are surrendered to animal shelters. The warmer months are when more… Continue reading Kitten Season Is Upon Us!