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Adoptable Cat: Missy

Hi, My name is Missy and I’m looking for a furever home. I have past experience living with another cat, so I might be able to get along with a kitty you might already have. I am very friendly and love catnip!

If interested contact SPCALA: https://spcala.com/adoptable/pet/?ss=21-01784

There are also other kitties available here: https://spcala.com/adoptable/

Adoptable Pup: Daisy

Meet Daisy!

Daisy is three year old loving Shepherd-Husky mix who always has a smile on. She’s a sweet girl looking for a furever home to call hers. She loves playtime and exercising, Fetch is her favorite! She is house trained and knows her basic commands.

If you are interested in Daisy, check out: spcaLA South Bay for more information- https://spcala.com/adoptable/pet/?ss=21-01543

For more adoptable pets: check out spcaLA located here in Hawthorne- (310) 676-1149 Website: https://spcala.com/

Three Toys Your Cat Will Instantly Love

Cat Toys

Did you know that the average cat can sleep 15-20 hours a day? Having a playful cat can be beneficial to your cats health. We would love to share with you some fun, interactive toys that we recommend for your feline family.

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Could it be Canine Dementia?

 
Symptoms

Dog owners are usually the first to notice that something is wrong or different with their dogs. Common symptoms to watch for include pacing, turning in circles, staring into space, or seeming lost and confused. In many cases, the dog’s temperament changes. Dogs who have been generally friendly may begin to show aggression – and typically aggressive dogs may become unusually friendly!

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When to Worry About Your Dog’s Runny Nose

If your dog is having excessive nasal discharge, there are a number of possible causes. Find out what your dog’s runny nose could mean here.

Recognize the signs of dementia earlier so you can take steps to slow the process

Along with the distinguished graying around the muzzle and the slower plods up and down the steps, a certain serenity accompanies senior dogs. They can be gentle, knowing, and wise, content to lie at your feet while you read a book or to take leisurely walks with you through quiet neighborhoods.

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Listen To What Your Dog’s Ears Are Telling You!

Much like her tail, your dog’s ears offer great insight into how she’s feeling both physically and emotionally. With this new ebook from The Whole Dog Journal, you’ll learn how to read the signs of an ear infection, how to treat the condition safely, and how to keep her ears clean and problem-free.

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Keep Your Pets Safe From the Heat This Summer

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Summer is near and as temperatures rise, we must keep in mind ways to keep ourselves and our furry friends cool and safe.

Animals respond differently than humans to heat, so dogs, cats and other pets need special care during hot weather.

During extremely hot weather, it might not be safe to take your dog out for a walk, especially without shoes.

Keep in mind that if the pavement feels too hot to touch, it is too hot for them to walk on.

Watermelon and Yogurt Frozen Dog Treats (Pupsicles)

Make a big batch of these two-ingredient Watermelon and Yogurt Frozen Dog Treats to keep your pup cool this summer!

Make a big batch of these two-ingredient Watermelon and Yogurt Frozen Dog Treats to keep your pup cool this summer! [Read more…]