Humane Society of Alameda Providing Free Microchip and Vaccination
If you have been wanting to get your furry pet vaccinated, now is a great time to do it. You can stop in at the Pet Food Express on Blanding between 9 and 11:30 a.m., on Saturday, September 27th. The Humane Society of Alameda is joining with VIP Pet Care Services to provide free vaccination for your pet, as well as a free microchip.
Microchip services are the newest way to locate your pets if they get lost. They are harmless to your pet, and have been proven to locate animals that have strayed thousands of miles away from home. Once your pet is implanted with the chip, which is as tiny as a grain of rice, their identification and original location can be found in a national registry. There’s no better way to tell your pets you love them than to provide protection against contagious diseases, and a secure way to find them if they get lost.
You can also get expert dog training in Alameda. Dog training services usually include obedience training, teaching your dog not to pull at the leash, and greeting visitors without aggression, as well as many other basics. Experienced trainers will work with your dog on site, and then provide followup instructions and consultation, so your dog can perform at his best when he’s at home with you.
If you are looking for dog training in Alameda and its surrounding communities, Citizen Canine in Oakland has a lot to offer. They provide customized training for your pet that focuses on positive reinforcement for the skills you want taught. They also provide fun activities for your pet, such as adventure hikes, play time and therapeutic doggie massage.
Citizen Canine offers doggie daycare services and overnight boarding. Canine guests are invited for check in and check out between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m., any day of the year. You can reach them online at www.citizencanine.net.