Rabies Vaccination in Dogs and Cats, Part 2

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Part 1 of “Rabies Vaccination in Dogs and Cats” described the symptoms, legal requirements and part of the history of rabies vaccines. Part 2 lays out conditions in which pets may be exempted from the shots and the arguable...
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Adopt a Little Lion (or an Any-Size Lion)

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Please send any Long Beach or Seal Beach pet-related events or projects to [email protected] Posting subject to approval.
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Rabies Vaccination in Dogs and Cats, Part 1

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Each year, between 60 and 70 dogs and more than 250 cats get rabies from a wild animal in our country. This is because these dogs and cats were not vaccinated.
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Pittie Party at P. D. Pitchford!

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Probably no surprise that pit bulls, pit bull mixes and other bully breeds are among the most common types of dog found in shelters. They're also the most frequently euthanized.
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The Kittens Are Coming—Kitten Season Is No Reason for Glee

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Yes, they’re adorable, but hundreds and thousands of kittens are born every year with no guarantee of survival for most of them—therefore, no exclamation point in the title to signify adorable.
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Puppies and Vaccines

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“Isn’t he adorable? We just got him this week, and he’s already had all of his shots.” Yes, the new pup is adorable, but he’s only nine weeks old, so it’s not possible for him to have had all of...
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OK–You Can Adopt a Bunny Now!

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Please send any Long Beach or Seal Beach pet-related events or projects to [email protected] Posting subject to approval.
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Reading Between the Toes: How Well Does NKLB’s Paw-Point Survey Reflect Candidates’ Animal Advocacy?

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The survey’s questions included candidates’ views about being proactive regarding animal-related issues, advocacy, reduction of euthanasia, management and the unique lease agreement that exists between Animal Care Services and spcaLA.
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Vaccination Theory: Vaccinations and Immunity

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When your dog or cat is exposed to a virus or bacteria (pathogens), your pet can become ill in many cases. A good example is canine parvovirus, a highly contagious viral disease that can strike dogs.
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Councilmembers Team Up for Spay/Neuter Sponsorship

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In an effort to help mitigate the number of unwanted pets and to help Long Beach residents comply with the Mandatory Spay/Neuter Law, Third District Councilwoman Suzie Price and Fourth District Councilman Daryl Supernaw are partnering to sponsor a...
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