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Club K-9
Pet Grooming & Boarding, Pet Sitting Services, Pet Training & Obedience Schools
10671 Crow Canyon Road
Castro Valley, CA 94552
(510) 247-9600
 
Druliner Lisette T DVM
Animal Hospitals, Pet Boarding & Grooming, Pet Cemetery Equipment & Supplies, Veterinarians
2423 Grove Way
Castro Valley, CA 94546
(510) 581-6629
 
Fichtenberg Nathaniel J DVM
Animal Hospitals, Pet Boarding & Grooming, Pet Cemetery Equipment & Supplies, Veterinarians
2423 Grove Way
Castro Valley, CA 94546
(510) 581-6629
 
Grove Way Veterinary Hospital
Animal Hospitals, Pet Boarding & Grooming, Pet Cemetery Equipment & Supplies, Veterinarians
2423 Grove Way
Castro Valley, CA 94546
(510) 581-6629
 
Hackler Russell W DVM
Animal Hospitals, Pet Boarding & Grooming, Pet Cemetery Equipment & Supplies, Veterinarians
2423 Grove Way
Castro Valley, CA 94546
(510) 581-6629
 
Harper Karen DVM
Animal Hospitals, Pet Boarding & Grooming, Pet Cemetery Equipment & Supplies, Veterinarians
2423 Grove Way
Castro Valley, CA 94546
(510) 581-6629
 
Hill Robert A DVM
Animal Hospitals, Dog & Cat Foods, Veterinarians
22163 Redwood Road
Castro Valley, CA 94546
(510) 881-5811
 
Hill's Veterinary Hospital Inc
Animal Hospitals, Dog & Cat Foods, Veterinarians
22163 Redwood Road
Castro Valley, CA 94546
(510) 881-5811

Pawsitive Karma Holistic Boutique & Pet Spa
Pet Foods, Supplies and Grooming
2821 Castro Valley Blvd.
Castro Valley, CA 94546
(510) 886-4729
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Pet Food Express
Pet Supplies
3385 Castro Valley Blvd
Castro Valley, CA 94546
(510) 728-7788
 
Petco
 Dog & Cat Foods, Pet Supplies
3735 East Castro Valley Blvd
Castro Valley, CA 94552
(510) 886-4466
 
Sanders K-9 Training
Pet Training & Obedience Schools
10697 Crow Canyon Road
Castro Valley, CA 94552
Phone: (510) 247-3348
 
Town & Country Canine Coiffeur
Hair Care Professionals, Pet Boarding & Grooming, Pet Furnishings
19593 Center Street
Castro Valley, CA 94546
(510) 538-4117
 
Trujillo Susan DVM
Animal Hospitals, Pet Boarding & Grooming, Pet Cemetery Equipment & Supplies, Veterinarians
2423 Grove Way
Castro Valley, CA 94546
(510) 581-6629

Aquarium and Tropical Fish

Connie's Pond & Garden
Tropical Fish Wholesale, Water Gardens & Ponds Equipment & Supplies
2517 San Carlos Avenue
Castro Valley, CA 94546
(510) 733-5556
 
Connie's Tropical Fish-Castro Valley
Aquarium Supplies, Pet Supplies, Tropical Fish Wholesale
2520 Castro Valley Blvd
Castro Valley, CA 94546
(510) 733-5553

Tips

Veterinary Exam - Have your new pet examined as soon as possible! This is especially important if you have another pet at home in order to help prevent or minimize transmission of disease. A schedule for vaccinations can be set up at this time also. Make sure all your current pets are up to date with their vaccinations as well. It might be a good idea to keep you new pet apart from the others for a minimum of one week to prevent the possibility of disease transmission or in case your new pet is incubating a contagious disease.

House Training - Kittens are easy but dogs will require a little more time.  Remember dogs don't like to go to the bathroom in the same place they eat or sleep. Find one place outside and always take him to that place while training. Most puppies need to go to the bathroom a few minutes after they eat or upon waking up from a nap. NEVER discipline your dog if you do not catch him in the act. He won't understand. When he goes in the designated area, be sure to lavish him with pets and praise! Learn to watch for the tell-tale body signs your pet will have when he needs to go. Above all - Be Patient!

 

Why do we recommend neutering pets?

This is untrue. Modern anesthesia makes surgery painless. Recovery, particularly in a young animal is total and rapid.

There are multiple reasons we recommend neutering (spaying and castrating) pets. They basically fall into two categories, medical and behavioral. Most owners are familiar with the behavioral reasons.

Neutered (castrated) males will:

- not roam as much
- not chase females in heat
- tend to be less aggressive
- be less likely to "hump" or masturbate on people and inanimate objects
- mark their territory less

Neutered (spayed) females will:
 

- not roam as much
- not exhibit "nesting" behavior
- not have episodes of bleeding when they go through their heat cycles
- be less likely to "hump" or masturbate on people and inanimate objects

 




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