San Francisco Wades into the Politics of Veterinary Care

It’s no secret that almost everything in San Francisco is political; now that list includes veterinary care. Over the past several years there has been an explosion of corporate veterinary care (where a corporation owns the practice rather than the veterinarian on-site). The largest of these corporations is Mars Inc. (yup, the candy company). The…

November 26, 2019

What’s New in the Meadow? Pet Age and our Campers Weigh In

What’s new in the Meadow, you ask? Well, a whole lot. Since we unveiled our new space our doggie friends have roamed, barked, smiled, played, rolled, jumped, and enjoyed the sunshine and retractable roof protection from rain and fog.  Our clients and counselors are loving the new space. We’re proud that it’s one of a…

November 18, 2019

CATastrophies: When to know if it’s an Emergency

This is a guest blog by Brittany Carey, Pet Camp Safari’s new Top Cat.  While they often seem easier in the maintenance department than dogs, cats can be frustratingly tricky when it comes to knowing when you should seek immediate veterinary attention. Often, many health issues in cats have subtle or seemingly undetectable symptoms. Here…

October 24, 2019

Not New News: San Francisco is a Bad Place for a Small Business

The counting is over and San Francisco is the number 1 worst place in the United States to start and run a small business. To be fair to the other competitors, we do want to acknowledge the hard work Little Rock Arkansas has done in making it so difficult to get permits that it actually…

October 17, 2019