Bugsey is a 10-year old neutered male German Shepherd who was brought to Animal Control at the end of December. He did very well during observations to see how he interacts with other animals and with people. Volunteers report that he is calm, gentle and very easy to walk during his stay at Animal Control.… Continue reading Animal Control Pets of the Week
One of the biggest reasons animals are surrendered to shelters are for behavioral issues. Most of these behaviors can be solved by basic training. Basic training for your pet is important for both of you and can help you bond. It all frustrates us when our pets do naughty things; let us help them not.… Continue reading January = National Train Your Dog Month!
Hercules is a 2 year old male cat who was brought to Animal Control as a stray at the end of December. He was in rough shape upon arrival, but has been cleaned up nicely. Hercules is available to a qualified adopter at no cost; this includes his neuter surgery, vaccinations, and microchipping. Ivy is… Continue reading Animal Control Pets of the Week
Pretty is a 5 year old spayed female who was surrendered to Animal Control at the beginning of November. Her previous owners were very allergic, and were also expecting a child. She has been exceptionally friendly at the shelter to both visitors and volunteers. Pretty is available at no cost to a qualified adopter. Oscar… Continue reading Animal Control Pets of the Week
No one wants to think about their pet undergoing surgery. While bringing your pet in for any procedure can be scary, understanding what will happen throughout the process can make you feel a lot better as a pet owner. Before Your Pet’s Surgery Before we recommend surgery for your pet, we will conduct a pre-surgical… Continue reading Surgery for Your Pet Explained
Bill Clawsby is a 2 year old male kitty who was brought to Animal Control as a stray mid-November. Volunteers report that he is sociable in the shelter and that you can often find him at the front of his cage to greet visitors. Bill Clawsby is available to a qualified adopter at no cost… Continue reading Animal Control Pets of the Week
A healthy mouth means more than just sparkling teeth and fresh breath; it’s an important part of your pet’s overall health and well being. During your pet’s annual wellness exam, the veterinarian will look inside his/her mouth for visible signs of dental disease like plaque, tartar, gingivitis, and any broken or worn teeth. Based on… Continue reading Dentistry for Your Pet