Feline leukemia is a deadly virus, easily spread by apparently-healthy cats, especially by fighting.
Flea control in this part of Virginia is a year-round concern, but new products have been developed in the past several years that make the job much easier.
Heartworm disease, which is transmitted by mosquitoes, is a year-round problem in this part of Virginia.
Animals that are picked up by an Animal Control Officer will be brought to the Suffolk Animal Care Center.
The City of Suffolk has a City wide leash law on dogs.
Nearly all of the large pet food companies produce diets with all of the necessary vitamins and minerals, as well as foods that are very tasty to your pet.
The City of Suffolk requires that all dog owners obtain a dog license/tag for dogs of at least 6 months of age.
Spaying or neutering is another way to protect the life of your pet.
Vaccinations are extremely important in the prevention and control of numerous diseases in dogs and cats, including distemper, parvo and rabies.