A large percent of RVers travel with their dogs or other pets.  The RV Park at Laguna Seca is a
wonderful location for those who count a dog as a
family member.

Dogs are welcome at all Monterey County Parks.  They offer short and longer trails that will be perfect for your dog’s individual needs.  Dogs must be on a leash and supervised at all times. Please be courteous and pick-up aft...
No matter how well you stocked your RV for this trip, there's always something that has been forgotten or needs to be replenished.  If you don't want to travel all the way to Safeway or Grocery Outlet, here's where you can go.

The closest place to get COFFEE, ice, beer, wine and tobacco products is the Corral Market & Deli right on Highway 68, just four minutes from the RV Park in the Laguna Seca Recreation Area.  But to think that...
Stone Creek Village is a little shopping center of sorts.   More of a food and gas stop, but definitely handy while you are staying at Laguna Seca RV Park.     The space is tight, even at the gas station, so it may not be the best place to fill up when you' ve got your really big rig or 5th wheel. 

You'll find Stone Creek Village on the corner of Highway 68 and Canyon Del Rey.   (Take a right when you...
RVer's most often travel with their pets and most of the time their pets are dogs!   So many of you out there have huge hearts and their pet families grow.   For those of you who are looking for a new pet, or company for your current pet, or are just interested in rescuing an animal, the Monterey SPCA is right across Hwy 68 from Laguna Seca RV Park.  

My daughter, Rose, is interested in adopting a small dog, so we t...

The following is a list of the 17 most common poisonous plants.


Lilies Members of the Lilium spp. are considered to be highly toxic to cats. While the poisonous component has not yet been identified, it is clear that with even ingestions of very small amounts of the plant, severe kidney damage could result.


Ingestion of Cannabis sativa by companion animals can result in depression of the central nervous system and incoordination...

Accidents happen, so it's smart to be prepared in case of an emergency. ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center experts recommend that you invest in an emergency first-aid kit for your pet. The kit should contain:
- Fresh bottle of hydrogen peroxide, 3 percent USP (to induce vomiting)
- Turkey baster, bulb syringe or large medicine syringe (to administer peroxide)
- Saline eye solution
- Artificial tear gel (to lubricate eyes after flushing)
- Mild ...

Animal Poison Control Center:
(888) 426-4435

The ASPCA does not provide medical emergency advice over the phone or email.
If you have any doubts, ASPCA urges you to take your pet to a local vet immediately.

Pet Loss Support:
(877) 474-3310...

Ten Common Situations which Require Emergency Care

  1. Difficulty breathing
  2. Seizuring
  3. Bleeding
  4. Hit by car
  5. Painful eye
  6. Temperature above 103.5 degrees Fahrenheit
  7. Ingestion of any possibly toxic substance
  8. Severe lameness in any limb
  9. Inability to pass urine
  10. Repeated vomiting or diarrhea

Ten Steps to Assist your Veterinarian in an Emergency

  1. Keep a file with your pet’s records and bring it with you.
  2. Be a good observer; know when your pet last ate, drank, urinated o...
Pet Specialists of Monterey, Inc.
451 Canyon Del Rey Blvd, Del Rey Oaks, CA 93940
(831) 899-7387 (831) 899-4838

Pet Specialists of Monterey provides state-of-the-art technology and diagnostics in a caring environment. We are open 24-hours a day, 365 days a year for Emergency and Specialty Veterinary Care.     No appointment is necessary, but please call ahead so they can expect you.

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