Pet Care & Behavior Tips

PET OF THE WEEK




My name is Hamilton and I was a stray that showed up in a neighborhood.  I am crate trained and do well with other dogs. I am a really good boy! I know commands and will listen to you so someone at some time taught me some manners. I am probably house trained. I will make a great family pet. I will do better probably with older kids because my happy waggy-tail may knock them over. I am about 2 years old and 55 pounds. If you would like to adopt, call (251) 633-3531 or complete the online


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Pet behavior problems are the most common reason that pets lose their homes each year. Millions of animals are relinquished to shelters, abandoned, chained outside or simply no longer allowed inside the home with the family because of modifiable behavior issues. With the right intervention and some training on the guardian's part, most of these behaviors can be corrected. The Mobile SPCA has trained staff that can help you with all kinds of great advice on bringing new pets into your home and making and keeping them members of your family. Below is a series of flyers adapted from the Humane Society of the United States Pets For Life Program, SF/SPCA, Tompkins County SPCA, Denver Dumb Friends League, the Mobile SPCA and others designed to keep pets and their people together – for life! The topics provide information and solutions to common behavior problems. Call the Mobile SPCA or e-mail us if you need more help or assistance to deal with a specific problem.

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ADOPTION LOCATION
Pinebrook Shopping Center
3980 Airport Boulevard
Open 7 days a week
(251) 343-2227

Science Diet

All pets adopted through
the Mobile SPCA recieve a
free bag of Science Diet Food.
Contact office for details.

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