Community Involvement

Every Penny Counts!

Every Penny Counts!

Little Laila, a teacup Chihuahua, was brought into Pet Emergency Center with a known metallic foreign body in her stomach. Laila needed to be hospitalized to receive a blood transfusion, stabilization, and an endoscopy with Sacramento Area Internal Medicine specialist Dr. Spann.

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Lola.

Lola.

Atlantic Street received a very special visitor the other day. All of us working last Saturday felt very fortunate to see sweet little Lola’s tail wag again – especially since this time she was healthy!

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Wild for Wildlife

Wild for Wildlife

Sick, injured or abandoned wildlife often finds its way to Pet Emergency Center, usually by good Samaritans. This last year alone, I’ve seen coyotes, falcons, several baby deer, owls, opossums, raccoons, a ring-tailed cat, ducks, Canadian geese, squirrels, and a slew of baby songbirds (just to name a few).

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Adopt-A-Shelter-Cat Month

Adopt-A-Shelter-Cat Month

June is nation Adopt-A-Shelter-Cat month and if you are not looking to adopt a cat or already have, you can help spread the word! Together through adoption and spaying and neutering your pets, you can make a difference.

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Good Samaritan Saves a Kitten

Good Samaritan Saves a Kitten

Olive shares a story about a sweet little feline that’s been in a ward at the Atlantic Street Pet Emergency Center for a while now. Thanks to lots of TLC and the Chester Foundation, he’s going to be fine.

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