San Francisco SPCA
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.
A look at kitten season, a time when many shelters are overflowing with newborns.
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.
The noise of fireworks can be disorienting for some dogs and for others it sends them into an absolute panic, which is why Independence Day can be a tough holiday for pets.
Dr. Jennifer Scarlett, co-president of the San Francisco SPCA joins us to talk about the designation of the month of June as ‘Adopt a Shelter Cat Month’.
Diabetes is not a problem that just impacts humans. It’s becoming more common in the domesticated animal world, too.
End of life decisions can be costly and also very emotional for pet guardians.
Sunday marked the beginning of National Dog Bite Prevention Week.
Animal Shelters across California are overflowing with Chihuahuas—that’s right, the smart and lovable breed is in trouble. Hundreds of these guys and gals are in need of rescue.