Dog Discrimination in Ireland

Earlier this summer we took a trip to Ireland. Sure we saw Virginia’s family farm and castle (seriously there was once a clan castle — 600 years ago), but we also visited several lodging facilities (based on what we saw there’s room for a Pet Camp Ireland location),  played with several Irish Wolfhounds, and saw this amazing…

July 16, 2014

Moving with Cats

By Leeann Berry, Cat Safari Ranger Over the last few months I have had to move a couple of times, once with one cat and just recently with two. The specific circumstances are complicated and boring to say the least, so I will skip over why it has happened this way. However, I have gleaned…

July 9, 2014

Tuft’s Vet School Claims to Bust Myths of Natural Remedies

San Francisco is the land of the Myth Busters – in fact it’s filmed pretty close to the Main Campground – so we were psyched to see that Tuft’s Veterinary School has gotten into some myth busting of their own. In June’s Your Dog newsletter, Tuft’s busts 7 myths about natural remedies that are touted as being…

June 27, 2014

Trying to Find a Pit Bull a New Home

For the last several months, San Francisco’s Pet Camp has been taking care of Romeo. Romeo is a pit bull who should not be here – not because he’s a bad dog and not because he isn’t having fun at Pet Camp. He shouldn’t be here relying on dog boarding services because he needs a…

June 10, 2014