Nearly half a dozen dogs have suffered severe and mysterious chemical burns and local rescue groups are stepping in to save the animals and find out who may be behind the attacks.
A pair of sweet-natured poodles struggling to survive in a sewer under the 5 Freeway are getting a fresh start after animal rescue workers got involved.
Animal Control Reminds Residents To Protect Their Pets After Nearly 300 Dogs Collected July 4th Weekend
Animal control officials say they collected nearly 300 dogs — some were hurt, and a few were found dead.
They found 22 dogs of various breeds and ages inside, and 19 of those were suffering from a variety of maladies. Some had mange and scabies, while others showed visible signs of malnutrition and eye infections.
A pair of local families are dealing with substantial consequences following two devastating dog attacks, one maiming a young boy and the other leaving a pet dead.
The police are also asking for the public’s help to try to nab the scam artists.
Animal Control is investigating the incident that occurred just before 4 p.m. Monday.
A Northern California man has filed a class-action lawsuit against Purina, claiming that thousands of dogs have fallen ill or died due to the company’s dog food.
Calls for action rang out at a Hesperia City Council meeting Monday after cellphone video surfaced of an animal shelter employee dragging a lost dog down a hall.
Nearly 200 dogs rescued from an alleged puppy mill in Lucerne Valley earlier this month could find themselves in a new home starting Monday.
This Tuesday, Patty Hearst again found herself making the news, this time at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. The 61-year-old mother of two is the proud co-owner of “Rocket,” a Shih Tzu that won top toy dog at the event and was up for “Best in Show.”
Researchers at Yale are using cognitive interactive studies to learn more about how dogs’ minds work.
It was a day of primping and grooming for nearly 200 dogs rescued from a puppy mill last week.
Residents have complained to city officials for years about a dog in their neighborhood they believed was unsafe.
Upgrades to outdated, overcrowded county animal shelters, including relocating facilities, is being considered by Los Angeles County officials.