The American Kennel Club has designated September as a month for reflecting on proper canine care. Dr. Jennifer Scarlett of the San Francisco SPCA talks about the aspects of having a dog that all current and prospective owners should keep in mind.
September is World Alzheimer’s Month and many people may not know, animals can be affected by the disease as well.
Recently, poisonous meatballs were discovered in several San Francisco neighborhoods. Obviously, it was a major problem and of concern for owners of dogs and cats.
Many companies have begun to allow pets into the workplace. Dr. Jennifer Scarlett with the San Francisco SPCA explains why she thinks this is a win-win policy.
A look at kitten season, a time when many shelters are overflowing with newborns.
Given how temperate San Francisco is, it doesn’t seem like you’d have to worry about hot weather and pets, but Dr. Jennifer Scarlet reminds us that the heat can soar inland, which can be very dangerous for your loved ones.
Dr. Jennifer Scarlett confirms the rumors are true; cat guardians aren’t as good as other pet owners when it comes to getting their little loved ones in for regular visits with the veterinarian.
It might be a tough call when it comes to normal itchiness and the kind that requires treatment in terms of your pet, but the SF SPCA has some tips on when you should seek help.
Should your pet ever get lost, there is a simple and safe way for owners to locate their furry little loved ones. Dr. Jennifer Scarlett talks about microchips for cats and dogs.
End of life decisions can be costly and also very emotional for pet guardians.