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    It only takes a few minutes for your pet to die in a hot car

    It's HOT outside! If you need to go to the store, please leave your pet at home. It only takes a few minutes for your pet to die in your car. If you are out and see a dog in a car, here's what to do. Additional Info...
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    Rabbit Owners: What You Need to Know About RHDV

    Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus (RHDV), a highly infectious and deadly disease of rabbits, has been detected in Southern California. There is significant concern that this virus will rapidly make its way to Northern California. Read more...
  3. COVID-19 Planning for Your Pets

    Contra Costa Animal Services (CCAS) is asking residents to plan now for the eventuality of becoming hospitalized and establishing ongoing care for their pets with a friend, neighbor, or relative. Read more...
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