The Pet Camp Super Heroes

April 28th is National Super Hero Day. Sure, we’ve had some fun with this: we dressed up Captain Hymowitz, we surfed the internet and found other pet superheroes, and we even created a Pet Camp “mediocre” (he’s not really that super) hero. But we wanted to take a moment and point out the real Pet…

April 25, 2019

10 Ways Having A Dog Prepared Me For College (Guest Blog)

For anyone thinking about going to college, or for anyone already there, there are so many lessons to learn. In this week’s guest blog, Johanna shares all the ways growing up with dogs helped prepare her for college and other life lessons she learned from growing up with dogs and siblings. 1. The Power of…

April 23, 2019

Are rescue groups putting your pet and wildlife at risk?

Two years ago we wrote a blog about a rescue group that had brought some dogs to Los Angeles from Asia and exposed 35 dogs to the Canine Influenza Virus (CIV).  We, of course, noted the noble intent of the rescue group but pointed out the need to take steps to protect other pets.  Recently…

April 18, 2019

Skunks & Your Dog: When It Happens Be Ready!

It’s springtime in San Francisco.  Time for walking your dog in the early morning sun and the dim evening light. It’s a great time of year – mostly post rain and still pre-fog.  Sadly, you and your dog might not be the only ones out for a stroll.  While skunks are nocturnal (they tend to…

April 16, 2019