Month: June 2021
Join us for the 4th annual Restaurants for Rescues on September 14, 2021! Since 2018, Restaurants for Rescues has raised over $35,000 for the Humane Society of Charlotte. Interested in becoming a participating bar, restaurant or brewery? Sign up here!
After more than a year of working from home, HSC wants to assist pet owners and ease the transition back to the office. Since our pets have enjoyed our nearly constant company due to work from home mandates surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, as we all begin to return to the office, our pets will face […]
With summer vacation approaching and restrictions related to the COVID-19 outbreak easing, families are ready to travel and spend time away from home once again. While some pet owners are comfortable leaving their furry friends at home with reputable boarders or trusted pet-sitters, others prefer to travel with their pets. Traveling with a pet can […]
Written by: Livy DeLage, UNNC Student, HSC Intern As the weather gets warmer and the sun gets brighter, we look forward to spending more time outside, however, the potential for dehydration, heatstroke, and danger to our dogs increases. Being prepared for the heat of summer and knowing how to handle symptoms of overheating in your […]
As pet owners, it’s almost inevitable that at some point in your cat or dog’s life, you’ll be helping them recover from sickness, injury, or even surgical procedures. While no one likes to be out of their normal routine, it can be especially tough to persuade your pets to take it easy during the healing process. Your […]
HSC Staffer, Kayla Wade Awarded Exclusive Scholarship to World-Renowned Behavior Training Master Course
What is “aggression” when it comes to dogs? The term aggression gets thrown around often to describe animals that struggle to control their behavior, but in reality, the word aggression could easily be replaced with the words fearful, guarding, nervous, or reactive. Regardless of the description, dog aggression is one of the most common behavior problems reported to the Behavior […]