Summer means vacations, BBQ’s and fun in the sun! Let’s keep everyone safe this summer season, including our four-legged family members, by reviewing a few pet safety tips that could prevent heat-related illness and costly vet visits.
More family pets will run away from home this weekend than during any other time of the year. Although people look forward to the noise and excitement that the 4th of July brings, remember that our four-legged friends do not share that same enthusiasm for the loud and busy holiday.
“Mouth-to-snout” resuscitation has been the only hope for animals suffering smoke inhalation… until now. Tomorrow morning, at 11:15am, Helen Woodward Animal Center will donate animal respirator kits to a dozen […]
Are Poinsettias Poisonous? Ever since we posted Tuesday’s Holiday Tip on our Facebook page, “Holiday decorating with plants might be ‘green,’ but the following festive plants are dangerous for dogs […]
Today at 10:21am (on 10/21) millions of people participated in the “Great California Shakeout,” a drill for schools, businesses, and families to practice safe earthquake procedures. It’s good for us […]
Summer finally caught up with us, even on the coast! We’re keeping our pets cool and comfy with fans, shade, and lots of rest, as the heat wave continues. Remember […]
We celebrate summer in an odd way at Helen Woodward Animal Center; by subjecting our PR Manager, John Van Zante, along with any willing members of the media, to scorching […]