Going on a road trip with your pets is still possible in the era of the pandemic. Here are our tips do to that safely. After more than two months of social distancing and quarantine we’re all getting a bit of cabin fever. Maybe you’re dreaming of a getaway. Maybe you’re interested in doing more than dreaming. With flights mostly grounded you might be thinking of a road trip with your dog. I’m here to give you tips based on our experience—we travel full-time and are staying on top of all travel regulations and restrictions. Whether you camp or stay
by Nyketa Gaffney, Public Information Officer, SPCA Cincinnati State of Emergency We have been living in an unprecedented time, one certainly made for the history books. In mid-March of this year, Ohio residents received word from Governor Mike DeWine that our daily lives would be changing. With a high sense of urgency, state and local government immediately moved to protect citizens all over the region—particularly those young, old, and with compromised health—from an invisible enemy that we now know as COVID-19. The implications to our jobs, schools, businesses, and the safety of our families were unknown. The country has since
Due to COVID-19, the SPCA Cincinnati is adjusting its adoption process beginning Wednesday, May 6, 2020 their facilities will be open for adoptions by appointment only. The public will not be able to enter the shelter for general viewing, remaining in compliance with ‘social distancing’ mandates by state government. If you are interested in adopting, follow these steps: Visit spcacincinnati.org for up-to-date information on available pets for adoption. Complete an online application indicating the animal ID # of the pet of interested. Wait 24 to 48 hours for SPCA to contact you with pet introduction information. Once approved, visit the
With all of the chaos happening around us, it can be very overwhelming if you are a pet owner that finds yourself in need of veterinary care.
We travel full-time with our dog, Truffles, so we have a lot to consider when trying to find somewhere to quarantine for weeks at a time.
Navigating the coronavirus outbreak. Can you go out with your pet if you live in Ohio, Kentucky, or Indiana?