This year is the year of strange. It’s strange for us too. We’re used to seeing an influx of kittens in the warmer spring and summer months, but not this late in the year. The kittens just. keep. coming. WFXR TV found out and wanted to help us get the word out that if you’re looking for a feline friend, now is the time to adopt! Check out the story here!
Thanksgiving is upon us and we certainly have lots to be thankful for – including you, our loyal supporters! We couldn’t be more grateful to our community. You adopt, you foster, you volunteer, and you donate to help better the lives of our local pets. To put it simply, you are amazing. But we also want to take this opportunity to thank our animal care technicians, our veterinary staff, our office staff, our delivery drivers, […]
Check out our winter weather pet safety tips!
We’ve got some tips to help keep your pets safe this holiday season!
At this point, we’ve all heard about Covid-19 more than we ever cared to, but we wanted to clear up some potential confusion about feline coronavirus or FeCV. Covid-19 and FeCV are completely different viruses. According to the Cornell Feline Health Center: Most strains of feline coronavirus are found in the gastrointestinal tract and do not cause significant disease. These are referred to as feline enteric coronavirus (FeCV). Cats infected with FeCV usually do not […]
We recently took in four dogs from a pretty unfortunate situation. They came from a nearby county in Virginia and were part of a larger group of eight dogs. Prior to meeting them, we were told that one female appeared to be very pregnant, but without knowing her history, no one had any clue when she was due. We worked quickly to line up a foster with whelping experience for the soon-to-be mother so that […]