Community Resources

Cat Safety: Why they Should Wear Collars and ID Tags

Carly, Pet Program Manager at Berkeley Humane explains in this video why it’s important to have proper ID tags for your indoor and outdoor cat! Dog and cat collars serve different purposes. In addition to holding their tags, a dog’s collar needs to fit properly to support a leash so

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Training Tips: “Be Still” Exercise

Nancy Frensley, Training Manager at Berkeley Humane shares a quick introduction to her Be Still exercise. It’s a great way for your dog to be comfortable at the vet or groomers, or when meeting new people! We want your dog to enjoy interactions with strangers, and stay calm when being

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Day Packed with Fun Ways to Make a Dog’s Day October 22nd

Join Berkeley Humane and Subaru for National Make a Dog’s Day, a fun-filled series of free workshops that celebrate the relationship we have with our dogs. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 7th, 2020 Contact: Morgan Pulleyblank Director of Development & Communications mpulleyblank@berkeleyhumane.org   BERKELEY, Calif. –  Today the Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society (Berkeley Humane) announced a whole

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How to Set Up Your Home to Be a Cat Wonderland!

When you adopt a kitten or cat from Berkeley Humane, we always recommend they are kept indoors.  Not only will they have a longer life, but they will be healthier and safe from the many dangers the great outdoors can pose to a curious kitty.  Outdoors, cats can be lost or stolen, and even if they make it home, they can experience hazards like overexposure

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Disaster Preparedness for Your Pet

Are you and your pet prepared? 1. Never leave your pet behind. The safest place for your pet is with you! If you must evacuate, take your pet along. 2. Place two ID tags on your pet’s collar. Include a temporary tag with the phone number of a friend or

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