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How to Give Your Cat a Pill

Dr. Crystal Heath demonstrates how easy it can be to give your cat a pill and why getting them used to being handled around the mouth and ears is a good thing! Sit comfortably on the ground and place your cat in front of you Start with a yummy treat

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veterinarian with cat wearing e-collar after spay neuter surgery

Spay the Bay’s low-cost spay & neuter surgeries

Spaying and neutering your pet helps with animal overpopulation, benefits your pet’s physical and emotional health, and is one of the most important things you can do as a responsible pet guardian. Learn more about spay and neuter benefits and myths here. At Berkeley Humane, we strive to spay and

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Train the Bay trainer Nancy Frensley with her Austrailian Shepherd and mixed dogs

Training Tips: Platform and Ball Fitness

In this video Nancy Frensley, Training Manager at Berkeley Humane shares her tips for getting your dog to love going to a platform and how your dog can use a yoga ball. It may seem complicated, but as with any skill or trick, it takes consistency, patience, and lots of

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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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