San Francisco SPCA
A warning for dog owners: could your canine be at risk for canine distemper?
It’s often considered a problem for teenagers, but cats can actually suffer from acne, too.
Foxtails are sprouting again in and around San Francisco. These plants are a real problem for pets enjoying the spring and summer months.
We know that humans – perhaps most often kids – can get head and body lice. Can animals get lice, too?
You may be surprised to learn that cats can become anorexic.
May 6 – 12, 2012 is Be Kind to Animals Week.
My Furry Valentine – that’s this topic on Animal Update with Dr. Jack Aldridge, Director of Veterinary Services at the San Francisco SPCA.
Fall in love this Valentine’s Day with a new puppy. When your eyes meet from across the room, you know you’ve made a connection. It won’t be long until your home is filled with the […]
The San Francisco SPCA is offering spay and neuter services free of charge for the entire month of February, in honor of National Spay or Neuter Day, which falls within the same month.
Some folks might think it is cruel to put a dog in a crate. Not so, says Dr. Jack Aldridge, director of veterinary services at the San Francisco SPCA.