Jeannine Berger

If a foxtail gets stuck in your animal’s ear, nose, throat or eye, it needs to be treated as an emergency. (Courtesy SPCA)

Foxtails and fleas are safety issues in summer

When pets are outdoors more, problems may pop up

If a foxtail gets stuck in your animal’s ear, nose, throat or eye, it needs to be treated as an emergency. (Courtesy SPCA)
If you pet is destroying objects, offer him a long-lasting chew toy or food dispensing toy. (Courtesy SPCA)

Preventing separation anxiety after shelter-in-place

Training will help keep your pet mentally stimulated

If you pet is destroying objects, offer him a long-lasting chew toy or food dispensing toy. (Courtesy SPCA)
SPCA Veterinary Hospitals are ready to treat animals that have ingested something toxic.<ins></ins>

Keep poisonous products out of your pet’s reach

Human medications, certain foods are hazardous to cats and dogs

SPCA Veterinary Hospitals are ready to treat animals that have ingested something toxic.<ins></ins>
Rewarding calm behavior is one way to curb a dog’s aggression.<ins> (Courtesy SF SPCA)</ins>

Use positive signals to calm an unsettled dog

Give your cat a proper place to scratch

Rewarding calm behavior is one way to curb a dog’s aggression.<ins> (Courtesy SF SPCA)</ins>