Dog Safety & Recovery Tips

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Tips for Fourth of July Dog Safety

With so many animals going missing or ending up at shelters around the 4th of July, please follow these tips to keep all your pets safe: If your pet has a fear of or aversion to loud noises: Something as simple as turning on some soft music and moving your pet into an interior room with no windows can be helpful. An anxiety vest may work in some cases—if you don’t have one, try a snugly fitting t-shirt.  If you and your … [Read more...]

Thomas Fire Lost & Found Animal Resources

In the course of evacuations and fires, many animals were separated from their humans. Please be sure to check with the following in case your animal was brought to their shelter - they also have information on what they need to help care for the animals, from donations to volunteers Ventura County Animal Services http://www.vcas.us/ Humane Society of Ventura county http://www.hsvc.org/ If you're on Facebook you can also check their … [Read more...]

Disaster Preparedness & Recovery Resources

The best way to keep your entire family safe - humans, felines, and all your other animal family members - when there is an emergency, is to have a good plan in place. Always follow this basic safety rule: If you are told to evacuate, leave immediately and take your animals. If it's not safe for you, it's not safe for them. The ASPCA provides disaster preparedness tips here … [Read more...]