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.
The list of things our dogs do that confuse us is long and high on the list of the most confusing behaviors is grass eating. Everyone likes to speculate about why dogs eat grass.
Congratulations, you’ve made the leap and adopted your first puppy! As you may well know you are in for quite a wild ride as you get acquainted with your new addition over the coming months.
The juniors learned about the care involved in owning a pet bird and why shelters promote bird adoptions versus purchasing a bird from the pet store.
With all the information and misinformation floating around regarding dog vaccinations, we felt it was important to give you a rundown on what you really need to know to protect your canine companion.
Do you have a love for children and a passion for teaching? The Central California SPCA is looking for dedicated volunteers to help us spread our message in the Central Valley.
Walking into an animal shelter can be overwhelming with all the choices of pets available: dogs, cats, kittens, puppies, a variety of breeds, colors, temperaments, ages, etc. Most people tend to be attracted to puppies and kittens, because, well they are adorable. Who could not resist their cute little faces?
At the CCSPCA we often have animals that are too young to be adopted, have an illness or injury, waiting for transport to another humane society or cannot adapt well to the shelter environment that need special care.