Winter’s owners Clayton and Kimberly Downer share the challenges, rewards, myths, and truths about owning and training a dog with disabilities.
The Well Animal Institute held a successful anesthesia free teeth cleaning clinic at Zoom Room for twelve dogs.
Thanksgiving is a great day to enjoy with your family and your best friend. Be sure to watch what your dog consumes as many holiday foods are not good for your dog.
Banjo, a 3 year-old male Basset Hound, is our costumed October Dog of the Month. Rescued from a local shelter he lives with 2 other dogs, 2 cats and a Ball Python!
Be sure to visit our booth when you go to the Los Angeles Sports Arena this Sunday for Neighborhood Pit Bull Day, hosted by Best Friends Animal Society.
Zoom Room will host anesthesia free dental cleaning on November 12, 2011. Statistics show that neglecting your pet’s teeth can lead to other diseases.
Did you know that October is Adopt a Shelter Dog Month? This is a great opportunity for animal lovers to consider dogs in need at local shelters.
The Zoom Room will be supporting two great events on October 22nd – Dogtoberfest and the Stilleto Stampede for the Cure. Come join us and help us support these great causes!
Zou Zou started life as a scared stray but now lives life being loved and giving love as a family dog, therapy dog, and tricks star.
Grizzly, a 2 ½ year old mini Aussie is our proud winner for September’s Dog of the Month!
Zoom Room Culver City now offers low cost microchipping!
Zoom Room Milwaukee will be holding an AKC sponsored “Responsible Dog Ownership Day” on Sunday, October 2nd in conjunction with the Brady Street Pet Parade.
Colorado dog owners enjoyed showing off their trick dogs, learning pet first aid and visiting dog related vendors for AKC’s Responsible Dog Ownership Day. Our day focused on the amenities that many dog owners don’t know exist such as dog massage techniques and artificial turf. How about a dog waste pick up service? From invisible fence to custom quilt dog breed totes – there was something for everyone.
Join us Saturday morning at Strut Your Mutt, a mile-long charity walk at Pan Pacific Park.
One way to help increase the chances of a safe return of your lost dog is to consider having him microchipped. A microchip is a very tiny electronic chip (about the size of a grain of rice) that is injected just under the skin between the shoulder blades with a small hypodermic needle.