New year, new you! You likely make resolutions for yourself during the New Year, but how about for your pet? January is the time to commit to routines you want to practice all year long.
The iguanas housed on SPCA Tampa Bay’s Largo campus used to be pets. In time they outgrew their owners’ capacity to care for them. Some of these iguanas are over 5 feet long and many live upwards of 12 years. They can be a challenging pet in both temperament and housing.
When it comes to nutrition, there’s a lot of misleading information out there — that’s why it’s more important than ever that you have the facts you need to make informed decisions about your pet’s health.
Chico the Chihuahua arrived at our door after he received two complex injuries to his legs. His owners didn’t have the medical skill or money to care for him, so they brought him to SPCA Tampa Bay.