School is out, summer is upon us and we’re seeing the temperature beginning to rise, as it always does in the Central Valley. You’ve probably learned a few tricks to beat the heat, but do you know how to keep your dog cool in the summer months?
Our Summer of Love theme was a big hit. Staff dressed up in tie dyed shirts and guests wore flower crowns, fringed vests, flowy shirts, and other 60’s attire.
To take advantage of this discount, show this flier and call to make an appointment at 559-485-2655.
We would like to encourage our giving community to help Houston SPCA with their rescue and assistance efforts by making a direct donation to them.
We at the CCSPCA are happy to give back to our hard working troops!
We are excited that Popeye got a second chance at life and will be cherished by Doreen.
We are extremely appreciative of the Gentry’s generosity and their selfless act of giving. May you have many happy years together!
Thank you to all the new pet parents who decided to adopt a homeless pet.
We suggest vaccinating your pet against Leptospirosis if you travel, take them on walks or to the dog park, board them at a kennel facility, or if they are in contact with other animals.
Spaying and neutering your dog can increase their lifespan, decrease serious health issues, make them more manageable, and reduces the incidence of canine overpopulation and homelessness.
If you think your dog may have kennel cough, it’s important to be able to recognize kennel cough symptoms, as well as to understand what you’ll need to do.
We are pleased to announce that the last dog from the Orange Cove rescue in July 2016 has been adopted! Pamela Bradford fell in love with Mark and just had to take him home.