Last Saturday, Spay4LA hosted an event called the South Los Angeles Community Health & Pet Fair. The fair was held at the Constituent Service Center in South Los Angeles, and it was a huge success!
Spay4LA provided free services to…Read More »
The third week of March is National Poison Prevention Week. March is also the glorious time of year when the weather warms and your local greenhouse is packed with gardening enthusiasts picking up seeds and plants for their garden or…Read More »
February is National Spay and Neuter Month. In honor of celebrating all things great about spay and neuter, we will debunk some of the most common myths regarding fixing your pet. First up, does spay and neuter really cost too…Read More »
These days, hearing about a friend who’s pet has been diagnosed with cancer, or worse, hearing the diagnosis from your own pet’s vet, seems to be less and less rare. It isn’t that the disease is cropping up like wildfire,…Read More »
Thanksgiving feasts bring the whole family together, sharing food around the table…and under it. Many pet lovers admit to sneaking human food to their pets (guilty here!), and who can resist those puppy or kitty eyes peeking up at them…Read More »
By Nature is one of the great cat and dog food brands that Found Animals’ Adopt & Shop store in Lakewood, California carries. If you are looking for a high quality pet food with protein as its main ingredient, you…Read More »
Found Animals recommends taking some common sense precautions to make this a fun-filled and memorable Halloween for animals and animal lovers alike. As a pet owner, you know your pets best, but as a reminder, here are 13 pet safety…Read More »
I love eating eggs, but after California voters passed Proposition 2 in 2008 to increase the standards of protection for poultry animals, I learned a lot about the plight of egg laying hens on commercial egg farms. I swore off…Read More »
This Guest blog was written by Dr. Annette LePere, Medical Director at Rolling Hills Animal Hospital in Rancho Palos Verdes, CA.
Every pet owner knows their cat’s or dog’s most coveted snacks, favorite window perches or places to go on…
This guest blog was written by one of our Lead Adopt & Shop Volunteers, Keeli Tebeau.
Animal health care has come a long way since Dr. Walter Collins developed the curriculum for veterinary technicians in the 1960s. For all you…Read More »