Where are all the veterinarians going?

Pet Camp has long prided itself on having a great relationship with all of San Francisco’s veterinary hospitals.  We very much nurture those relationships and value their feedback on ways we can continue to improve on the care we provide to San Francisco’s dogs and cats.  One of the things that always made it so…

July 18, 2017

Splash Would Be A Model Resident – Mark, Not So Much

A recent Sunday New York Times had an article about what it took to get your dog into a fancy (and maybe not so fancy) New York City Co-Op.   While we’re not suggesting any of you should even consider moving to the Big Apple (we’d miss you too much), we thought the article was interesting. …

July 13, 2017

Why the 4th of July is not a holiday for your dog

Being someone who has grown up with 2 dogs on the border of New York City, every 4th of July is a new and great experience.The days surrounding the holiday are spent with friends and family, barbecuing good food and watching beautiful fireworks. From an exterior point of view, it seems cruel to let your…

June 30, 2017

Brachycephalic Breeds: Unhealthy in More Ways Than We Thought?

We see them everywhere – Boston Terriers, English Bulldogs, French Bulldogs, Pugs, (and the 12 other breeds that fall under the Brachycephalic category)- and they are loved by many.  But they may also be prone to a list of ailments beyond those afflicting other breeds. A recent study of brachycephalic breeds (short-nosed dogs) revealed that…

June 1, 2017