Palm Springs Animal Shelter executive director Dan Rossi offers advice on what’s the best way to keep your pet cool during the summer.
TrustedHousesitters is the answer Linda Silva found for leaving her unusual cast of pets at home while she was away — and it cost nothing.
Palm Springs and its midcentury vibe made it easy for Gabriela Baiter to stage a photo shoot for her company, Laylo Pets.
Since opening in 1961, the Humane Society of the Desert, aka, the Orphan Pet Oasis, has grown to more than nine beautifully groomed and shaded acres with facilities for more than 150 dogs.
Why not bring your faithful furry friend along and turn your next relaxing getaway into a fun-for-the-whole-family “petaway”?
The sense of community, dedication, and commitment to the animals in the care of the Palm Springs Animal Shelter is clear from the moment you step inside.
Haute Dogs & Cool Cats: Pamper your pet with everything from locally made poolside loungers to canine couture.
In 2003, Jennifer Hamilton and her husband, William, opened The Grand Paw, a full-service pet resort on 2.5 acres in a bucolic community bordering La Quinta and Indio.
From pet safety, emergency care tips, what foods to avoid, crafting a disaster plan that includes your pet, and how to keep an eye on your pet remotely, here are five ways to keep your pet out of harms way.
Improve a pet’s chances of being adopted in Palm Springs with a great photograph, placing adoptable pets in homes instead of shelters, and creating events that raise awareness and boost adoption rates.
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