A growing coyote presence in Orange County will be among the issues discussed by the Huntington Beach City Council on Monday.
A city in Riverside County will consider a plan to force all pet owners to spay and neuter their pets.
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Pet owners in several neighborhoods around Long Beach were on alert Monday after a string of recent coyote attacks.
The L.A. City Council voted Tuesday in favor of banning stores from selling dogs, cats and rabbits that are not rescues in an effort to curb the city’s animal euthanasia rates.
A Buena Park woman put out a plea for help Thursday night after someone stole her very special pet parrot.
All 70 Orange County Fire Authority Engines are now equipped with oxygen masks to help save pets’ lives, thanks to a donation from the Emma Zen Foundation.
Dr. Karen “Doc” Halligan visited the KCAL 9 studios Tuesday to talk about holiday hazards for our furry friends.
The city’s decision stems from growing opposition to public funds being used to deal with the animals.
The Irvine City Council has voted to ban the retail sales of dogs and cats, as well as rodeos and circuses featuring exotic animals.
If approved, the measure would force pet stores to transition to a pet adoption model that offers pets one would normally adopt from a local animal shelter.
If you’re one of millions of dog owners in the Los Angeles area, be sure to keep an eye on your beloved four-legged friend.
A local shelter is making an appeal to pet lovers, as it seeks a new home for a blind cat.
The first 300 pet owners who make appointments will be eligible to save 50 percent on the cost of spaying or neutering their pet.
We received thousands of entries for our Pets 2 Love: Cutest Pet Contest, but in the end, it came down to five darling finalists: Kito the pig, Chubbs the cat, Kahlia the parrot and dogs Sidney and Austin.