Dog Safety & First Aid Seminar
| Jan 11th, 2011

Melanie Monteiro, the acclaimed author of The Safe Dog Handbook, will conduct an incredibly informative two-and-a-half hour seminar and interactive demonstration on dog first aid and dog safety at the Zoom Room Hollywood on Feb. 5 at 3:30 pm. This is information that all dog owners absolutely should know.

Dog Teeth Cleaning
| Nov 5th, 2010

On November 18th, give your dog a sparkling smile with non-anesthetic ultrasonic teeth cleaning. Plus we’re also offering low-cost vaccinations and other veterinarian services.

Learn How To Keep Your Dog Safe
| Sep 15th, 2010

Pet first aid instructor and dog safety consultant Melanie Monteiro will share her expertise at the Zoom Room on October 1.

Dog Agility Exercise Study
| Apr 27th, 2010

Today researchers from the University of Massachusetts Department of Kinesiology released the results from their study of the Energy cost and heart-rate responses of dog trainers during dog agility training. We are here publishing their findings for the first time. This study represents the first ever scientific examination of the physiological effects of dog agility on the human handlers.

Winter Showers Bring May Allergies
| Apr 20th, 2010

The abnormal amounts of rain we had in the winter are making allergy sufferers, well, suffer.

Is Your Pet Prepared For A Natural Disaster?
| Apr 6th, 2010

Even though we live in Los Angeles, very few of us are prepared for a natural disaster. Are you — and your pets — ready?

Pet Obesity & Dog Agility
| Oct 14th, 2009

Today, October 14th, is Pet Obesity Awareness Day, although most owners of overweight dogs and cats are aware every day of their pet’s health issues.

How to Give a Dog a Pill
| Oct 9th, 2009

Has this ever happened to you? You need to give your dog a pill – a vitamin, heartworm, aspirin – some sort of repulsive-tasting pill. You think you’re clever. You hide it in your dog’s favorite food. Your dog happily gobbles it up. You think you’re brilliant; you’re feeling relieved. Then your dog spits out the tiny pill and trots away.