This is the final pet services article for Philadelphia, PA. I found 18 websites where you can post photos of your lost dog or cat, give a description of your pet, and post contact information if anyone spots or finds your pet. There are links to 12 Facebook groups, and 6 websites for a total of 18 websites. All but 3 of the website or group links are Philadelphia based.
I looked at the dogs available for adoption in 5 shelters to find the most common breeds. The city shelters I looked at are from the 5 biggest cities: New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston & Philadelphia. I added up the various breeds and have a list for all 5 cities as well as an overall list. Continue reading if you want to see the numbers.
If you really want to learn how to trim cat claws, then there are a handful of essential things to know. You want to know which part of the claw to trim, how to get your cat to cooperate and the type of clippers to use. I cover all that plus basic grooming costs for your cat.
I found 38 hotels, motels and B&B's that are pet-friendly and allow dogs in the city of Philadelphia, PA. To help you make the best choice, I include their address, phone number, link to their website, per night rate, pet fees and pet restrictions, and the Google review rating.
This is the last of my pet services articles for the city of Philadelphia, and one service that hopefully you will never need. There are two 24 hour emergency vet hospitals in Philadelphia, and another five in surrounding counties. I have the phone #, address and a Google map for each hospital. You can click the Google map and enter your location to get directions to each hospital.
In case you are new to Philadelphia, moved to a new neighborhood or are looking for a new vet, I have a list of 33 vet animal hospitals. I have links to their websites and include their Google and Yelp review ratings. I grouped all the vet hospitals by neighborhood.