The Southeast Area Animal Control Authority (SEAACA) provides animal care and control services to our resident. Pets are as important as family members (and sometimes more important!) to millions of households across the country and in our city. Pets provide the emotional connections, unconditional love, and loyalty that we all yearn for. One of the best places in our region to find a new pet is at the SEAACA Animal Care Center where there is a wide range of loveable animals, including puppies, kittens, dogs, cats, and bunnies ready for adoption.
In the “Newsroom” portion of SEAACA’s website, articles and information relevant to animal control and SEAACA will be posted periodically providing information for the community.
One section of the Newsroom will contain “Frequently Ask Questions”. The questions are commonly asked in person at the Care Center, in the field, on emails and by telephone. The FAQs will provide an understanding of SEAACA’s daily operations.
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Important News: SEAACA is closely monitoring the situation regarding Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) and is following the best practices and recommendations of the CDC and WHO
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SEAACA Provides Smart and Practical Tips to Help Beloved Animals Stay Safe During the Festive Summer Holiday SEAACA (Southeast Area Animal Control Authority; www.seaaca.org) has released a helpful list of tips for pet owners to keep their beloved animals safe this 4th of July. The fireworks extravaganzas and daylong celebrations are summer highlights, but they also pose serious problems and threats to dogs and other pets. With the holiday just around the corner, here is some smart and practical advice from SEAACA for the upcoming holiday and all summer long:
SEAACA Provides Fun and Helpful Tips to Help You Manage Your Pet's Health and Diet
During the holidays and throughout the year, there are opportunities to share wonderful meals with family and friends. For pets, however, the risk of overfeeding and eating dangerous food items can pose a health risks. From Thanksgiving to New Year's and beyond, the food keeps coming and the guests revel, but the pets can suffer. To help resolve this dilemma, SEAACA (Southeast Area Animal Control Authority, www.seaaca.org) has created a list of tips to help pet owners enjoy their holiday meals while maintaining their pet's health and welfare.
SEAACA Provides Several Tips to Help Pet Owners Prepare for Disasters
SEAACA (Southeast Area Animal Control Authority; www.seaaca.org) has released a list of tips to help pet owners keep their animals safe in case of a natural disaster or emergency. From earthquakes and fires to tornadoes and beyond, emergency situations can occur without notice and pose significant threats, especially to pets that may not be able to take care of themselves in such situations.
SEAACA Provides Smart and Practical Tips to Help Beloved Animals Stay Happy and Secure as Families Head Back to School
Dogs, cats and other pets can suffer separation anxiety, especially during the fall. As kids start a new academic year, pets around the country may need help adjusting from a freewheeling summer of fun and a house full of people to lonely days waiting for children to return from school or adults to come home from work. For these situations, SEAACA (Southeast Area Animal Control Authority; www.seaaca.org) has created a list of behaviors to look for as well as solutions to help alleviate the back-to-school blues.