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Dr. Hilary Quinn: Leptospirosis a Growing Disease Concern for Dogs | Four-Legged Friends and More

Vaccinations in the pandemic was have been quite a hot topic. But in the veterinary world, discussing routine and preventive vaccinations has been our bread and butter for decades. Most dog owners are familiar with the three core vaccines: the Distemper/Adenovirus/Parvovirus/Parainfluenza combo vaccine (often referred… Read More »Dr. Hilary Quinn: Leptospirosis a Growing Disease Concern for Dogs | Four-Legged Friends and More

BizHawk: Santa Barbara Food Connection Coming to Former Dave’s Dogs Site on Milpas Street | Business

BizHawk is published weekly, and includes items of interest to the business community. Share your business news, including employee announcements and personnel moves, by emailing [email protected]. A new restaurant is headed to Santa Barbara’s Milpas Street, at the site of the old Dave’s Dogs. Santa… Read More »BizHawk: Santa Barbara Food Connection Coming to Former Dave’s Dogs Site on Milpas Street | Business

K-Nine Solutions Works With Any Dog, Any Age, Any Problem | Four-Legged Friends and More

Noozhawk’s Four-Legged Friends and More Guide is officially here! We have sniffed out local businesses that best cater to the needs, health, comfort, training, exercise, and general welfare of our furry companions! To provide a closer look at the pet establishments in Santa Barbara County,… Read More »K-Nine Solutions Works With Any Dog, Any Age, Any Problem | Four-Legged Friends and More

Dr. Bonnie Franklin: In Crafting Your Dog’s Diet, Don’t Dismiss Commercial Food | Four-Legged Friends and More

What do you feed your dog? This is a topic shared among so many people in dog-friendly Santa Barbara County. The answers range from commercial kibble and canned food, to fresh diets, raw diets, vegan diets, keto diets, vegetarian diets, home-cooked diets and many more.… Read More »Dr. Bonnie Franklin: In Crafting Your Dog’s Diet, Don’t Dismiss Commercial Food | Four-Legged Friends and More

People are giving up family dogs they adopted long before the pandemic, mostly due to inflation, shelters say

Renters aren’t the only ones frantically searching for homes in New York City — pets are falling victim to the city’s housing wars, too. Animal Care Centers of NYC’s three shelters are seeing an increase in people surrendering their pets, largely due to housing costs,… Read More »People are giving up family dogs they adopted long before the pandemic, mostly due to inflation, shelters say