June 2 – 10th, 2018
6041 Sunrise Mall (next to Macy’s North, Men’s & Home)
Times: Mon-Sat: 10:00am to 6:00pm, Sun: 11:00am to 5:00pm
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Separation anxiety is a panic disorder in dogs that is stressful for everyone. The solutions vary depending on each dog and common recommendations found online often provide no relief or make things worse. Learn how to help your dog feel more comfortable when you leave.
These seminars are for humans only. PLEASE DO NOT BRING DOGS.
Includes lecture, photo and video examples. Presented by Sacramento SPCA Behavior and Training Specialist, Lisa Mullinax, CDBC.
Ticket Price: $59
This year, every Wednesday River Cats game is Wet Nose Wednesday! You and your dog can watch the game on Home Run Hill!
Buy your tickets to support the Sacramento SPCA and have a great night out with your dog! Click here to purchase tickets.
Wednesday, May 23rd: 7:05pm
Wednesday, June 6th: 7:05pm
Wednesday, July 25th: 7:05pm
Wednesday, August 22nd: 7:05pm
Wednesday, August 29th: 7:05pm
In this seminar, we’ll give you some tips and tricks that will help you teach your dog to walk on leash without barking and/or lunging at other dogs, people, cars, etc. We’ll also provide management and training strategies that will help build focus in your dog and work toward a happy, healthy, non-reactive relationship.
Learn the most humane and effective ways to help dogs who struggle with fear or anxiety! You are a dog’s best hope for learning to feel safer in their world. Pet owners, trainers, shelter and vet staff, as well as foster care providers will all gain valuable information to improve their dog handling skills.
Feeling like a tropical getaway?
Good news! Our first summer Yappy Hour is here and it’s going to be a Bow Wow Luau!
Free Leis & Shades for all attendees, PLUS $1 per pint sold benefits the Sacramento SPCA! You and your pup can also meet adoptable dogs and try to win one of our coveted Yappy Hour prizes!
June 21st, 6-8pm
Midtown Biergarten: 2332 K Street
Spring is right around the corner and shelters will soon be filled with tiny ‘mews’ as kittens start coming through our doors.
While spay and neuter is the first step to help curb the overwhelming numbers of kittens brought to shelters, there are other steps you can take if you stumble upon a litter of kittens.
Interested in becoming a foster parent for the Sacramento SPCA? We have many animals that need your help! From unweaned kittens to dogs needing socialization, we have someone for you!
The orientation will take place here at our shelter at 6201 Florin-Perkins Road, Building A in the Multipurpose Room. We will cover what animals need foster care, supplies, how to identify common illnesses and more.
Fill out the application here if you would like to attend!