Make sure your tree is anchored securely so curious dogs and fun loving cats are protected from falling trees in your home.
Make sure tinsel and other decorations are out of paw and mouth reach of your pet.
Did you know more pets are lost during the July 4th holiday than any other time of the year? Make sure your pet stays safe!
Follow these tips to make sure you and you pet have a happy and safe New Year!
You can help keep pets safe during the holiday season by following the tips below. * Many holiday plants can lead to health problems in dogs and cats. Among the plants to keep out of reach are holly, mistletoe, poinsettias and lilies. * Snow globes often contain antifreeze, which is poisonous to pets. * Pine […]
The Central California SPCA offers these important tips to keep your pets healthy, safe and the entire family happy for Thanksgiving.
Pet owners must be extra alert to the dangers that holiday decorations can pose. Supervise them closely “pet proof” your home so that you both may enjoy the holidays safely and avoid the hazards.
Thanksgiving is a time to sit around the table with family and friends and enjoy a big dinner and the company of one another – but we mustn’t forget the furry members of our family either!
Halloween can be a very scary time of the year for people and for pets. The Central California SPCA recommends…