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Scott Delucchi

Scott Delucchi

Found Pet
Friday, August 22, 2014
Caring people who see dogs running at large aren’t always sure how to help. Some may even want to adopt if an owner doesn’t come forward. In the first scenario, people should report the stray to the Peninsula Humane Society at 650/340-8200. ...

Resource Guarding
Friday, August 22, 2014
Ginger, my childhood dog, was infamous for resource guarding. When we gave her a new bone (my Mom got them from Mancini’s Meats in Millbrae), Ginger would guard them with her life.  ...

Black Cats
Monday, August 11, 2014
It’s a fact.  In shelters and rescue organizations across the country, black cats spend more time awaiting adoption than cats of any other color or color combination. We don’t doubt some potential adopters shy away from ...

Glue Traps
Monday, August 04, 2014
Our neighbors told us about their new intruders: mice.  They were set to buy sticky glue traps since they are the “humane” ones, they said.  They figured they would trap the mice, then gently pull them off the glue trap and release them outside....

Myth Busters
Monday, July 28, 2014
It’s time for one of my bi-annual myth-busters columns, starting with this classic: pit bulls have locking laws.  Not so, it’s physiologically impossible!  Pits have stronger jaws than most breeds, ...

Rabbits
Monday, July 21, 2014
Here’s a fun fact: rabbits eat their own poop.  Hope you aren’t reading this over your morning bowl of Cherrios! Some rabbit owners aren’t even aware of this. Cecotropes are the technical name for the ingested poop. ...

Ticks
Monday, July 14, 2014
We’ve found a few ticks on our dog this season.  It seems they are more prevalent around the Bay Area due to the water shortage. And, since they can transmit serious diseases, you want to prevent bites.  Spot-on medications applied to your dog’s fur are an option. Your veterinarian can prescribe an oral medication, ...

Safety Around Dogs
Monday, July 07, 2014
Upon request, PHS/SPCA will send a humane educator to schools within San Mateo County for a grade-appropriate talk (generally K-6th grade). Presentations focus either on the basic needs of companion animals or on local wildlife. Our presenters usually bring their own dog to help present. ...

Two Day Training Sessions
Monday, June 30, 2014
Our recent Adopt-a-thon was a total love fest, with dogs, cats, rabbits, and a pair of black/orange/white Timmy Lincecum (pre-haircut) look-alike guinea pigs finding there forever homes....

July 4th
Monday, June 23, 2014
Fourth of July is around the corner. While it’s a great night of celebration for us humans, it can be a scary night for dogs.  Our four-legged friends left alone in yards get spooked by the fireworks and do whatever they can to escape. They can injure themselves in the process, or worse, become lost.  ...

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