It’s the middle of winter, and your feline friend may be feeling a little out of her prime. How can you reinvigorate and revitalize a cat caught in the cold? Here at the CCSPCA we can’t think of a better way than a good cat grooming.
“How much should I feed my dog?” is a commonly asked question at the CCSPCA. Our dogs come in all shapes and sizes, so it can be tough to decide just how much your dog should be eating.
This week long camp took place from Monday, July 18 thru Friday, July 22, 2016, at our Education Center.
Get ready for all of the running, jumping, licking, and unconditional love you can handle. You’re in for quite a ride. To make this transition into puppy parenthood a little smoother, we’ve come up with an expert guide to how to take care of a puppy.
Your dog probably isn’t standing in front of the mirror wondering if her collar makes her look fat. In fact, your dog could probably care less about her spare tire, but that doesn’t mean that you should ignore it too.
Feline leukemia is currently present in an estimated 2-3% of cats in the United States. That may seem like a rather small percentage, but when you take into account the number of cats in our country that percentage translates into as many as 28.8 million cats currently infected.
We’re going to share the perfect ways to help your dog accept a new baby into his life. Dogs and babies may seem like they’re world’s apart, but pretty soon they’ll be family!
Our education department has launched it’s annual Bookmark contest. This year’s theme is “Adopt, Don’t Shop.”
To raise awareness about Animal Poison Prevention week, March 20 thru 26, 2016, here are some simple steps to remember in a poison ingestion emergency.
You do it every day, but the thought of brushing your dog’s teeth makes many of us feel nervous and uncomfortable. We’re here to tell you that it can be easy and fun if you know what you’re doing, so read on and you’ll learn how to brush your dog’s teeth to retain his fresh breath and healthy smile.
While proper vaccination has significantly decreased the incidence of canine parvovirus (CPV), it is still one of the most common causes of death in puppies and young dogs. It’s important to be able to recognize the signs of parvo in order to take the necessary measures to help your pup.
As a dog owner you probably understand that life with your furriest family member comes with its fair share of surprises. One of the biggest may be discovering that your dog is carrying a litter of puppies.