Homie is a 4 year old Shar Pei/Bulldog mix who was brought to Animal Control as a stray in the beginning of September after he was found running around with another dog at Old Mill High School. While at Animal Control, he has been easy to leash walk and has not shown any aggression. Homie… Continue reading Animal Control Pets of the Week
Ella is a 4 year old tri-color beagle who was brought to Animal Control as a stray at the end of August. Volunteers report she is ‘medium energy’, very sweet, and that she loves attention. Ella is available to a qualified adopter for $17. Gigi is a tri-color shorthair kitty who was surrendered to… Continue reading Animal Control Pets of the Week
With our triennial accreditation evaluation coming up in the fall, we thought we’d share some information about our hospital that some may not know. The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) is the only organization to accredit companion animal veterinary hospitals in the US and Canada. Over 50% of pet owners believe their pet’s veterinarian is… Continue reading Why Choose an AAHA Veterinary Hospital?
Big Daddy is one of eleven guinea pigs currently at Animal Control. He was surrendered to Animal Control mid-August because his owner passed away. Guinea pigs are very social animals and do well living in pairs or larger groups, although that is not a requirement to adopt. All guinea pigs at Animal Control are available… Continue reading Animal Control Pets of the Week
Here at Bay Country Veterinary Hospital, we recommend annual wellness physical examinations and periodic early detection blood screening for all pets. We recognize how much a part of our lives pets are, so the longer we can keep them healthy, the better. Our veterinarians are able to perform a complete physical exam of the outside… Continue reading Early Detection is Key!
Jinx is a 10 year old medium haired female cat who was surrendered to Animal Control in the middle of August. Her previous owner had health issues that disallowed him from continuing to care for her. He reports she is an affectionate kitty, and volunteers agree. Jinx is available to a qualified adopter for $14.… Continue reading Animal Control Pets of the Week
It is very important to teach your children how to approach a dog they see on the street or at a park. Dog bites happen way too often because children are not educated on the proper way to approach an unfamiliar dog. Always ask your parent or the adult you’re with if it is okay… Continue reading Who’s That Dog?!