January 28, 2021
PRESS RELEASE: Large Animal Owners Impacted by Evacuation Warning Advised to Relocate Pets Before RainfallTUSTIN, Calif. (January 28, 2020) – Large animal owners under an Evacuation Warning (Voluntary) are advised to follow their plans to move their pets before the rainfall arrives this evening.
Effective 8:00 a.m. today, the Orange County Sheriff’s Department issued an Evacuation Warning (Voluntary) for the Bond Fire burn area due to potential flooding and debris flows. The evacuation warning is for homes located within Silverado Canyon, Williams Canyon, and Modjeska Canyon.
The marvelous Mandy has been a volunteer with OC Animal Care for over 5 years. On top of her commitment to our programs, Mandy is a delight to be around, and her fellow volunteers, the OCAC Staff, and animals all know it! This February, Mandy is not only our Valentine, but she is also the Volunteer of the Month!
All Day EventOCAC Low-Cost Dental Clinic Did you know that a significant number of dogs and cats have some form of dental disease at a very young age which can dramatically increase in severity if left untreated? Dental disease is a common and painful condition for pets which if left untreated, can cause severe HEART, KIDNEY, LIVER, and OTHER SERIOUS problems as a result of harmful bacteria being absorbed into the bloodstream. Studies have proven that a healthy pet starts with a healthy mouth!
Appointments are required for these services. Please see the flyer for more details.
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