Dog Safety & Recovery Tips

Do you have helpful tips to share? Please email the information to support@lostdogventuracounty.com, thank you!

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...]

Tips For Finding A Lost Dog

Remember: the odds are in favor of you finding your lost dog; and the faster you move, the better those odd get. Here are some ideas to get your search started: 1. Make fliers with your pet’s picture, a brief description and your phone number. Make sure there is an answering machine or voicemail that will take messages if you can’t pick up a call at that number. 2. Go to all the local shelters, including Ventura County Animal Services & … [Read more...]

Tips to Keep Your Cats and Dogs Summer Safe

This is from an email received from petwellbeing.com – thank you to these folks for the following valuable tips! Summer is here! And your pets cannot be more excited. Here are a few quick tips to help keep your pet safe this summer. 1. Do not leave your pet alone in your car – vehicles heat up quickly in the sun, and animals left in them can succumb to heat stroke within minutes. Heat stroke is life threatening for both dogs and cats. Signs … [Read more...]