There are several ways to determine what to do when you find a lost dog, and just as many courses of action. Keep reading to learn what to do in any of these scenarios.
While the list of toxic plants is very long, we’re going to focus on the poisonous plants for dogs that are commonly found around homes and neighborhoods.
Dog fights are common, but people rarely know how to proceed to break them up, or what to do afterward. Here’s how it should be done if you are the one that has to intervene.
This post outlines the steps you should take in the event of an emergency and will help you find a lost dog more easily.
Keep your cat inside. Outdoors, felines can freeze, become lost or be stolen, injured or killed.
There are times when you may want to slip your pooch something while you’re hanging out in the kitchen. In those instances you’ll need to know what’s good for them and what may actually be harmful.
There are SPCAs all across the country and around the world, but each is their own independent organization.
Is your dog starting to smell a little funny? Is her normally shiny coat looking a little dull these days? If so you’ve probably been asking yourself, “How often should you bathe a dog?” The answer isn’t as cut and dry as you may think.
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.