Brothers Starsky and Hutch, rescued chocolate Labrador retrievers, finally find a home with a pair of sisters, Artye and Patricia Avellar of Fresno, CA, nearly a year after the senior dogs were abandoned.
At 27 pounds, there’s a lot of Springs to love!! While she’s not much of an athlete, she is skilled in the art of lounging and purring. As soon as you get within her vicinity, she starts to purr and enjoys a good cheek scratch and a head rub. She even enjoyed some gentle brushing. If you have a soft couch and a sunbeam in your house, Springs would love to be your forever friend.
A former teacher from Citrus Heights, California, who now lives in San Luis Obispo wrote a book about her class writing letters to an 800-pound pig from Firebaugh in the 1970s. Now, she wants to reconnect with her former students.
Raising a puppy is a challenge for both new and experienced dog owners, but it can also be an exciting, life-changing experience. The goal is to provide your puppy with a safe environment, but there is a fine line between safety and being overprotective.
Ed Crane of Clovis, California, has relied on his epilepsy assistance dog for six years. After gallbladder surgery Alepo has retired, and will now be a pet. Crane is getting a new partner through Canine Partners for Life.
Martha Fowler, 86, of Warner Robins, Georgia, was ordered to remove her 34 cats from her home by city officials. Instead, she’s moving and taking her cats and dog with her. She says she doesn’t know where she’ll go.
After police linked a Columbia woman's death to a mauling by a pit bull she recently brought home, some animal behavior experts say the apparent attack highlights a gaping problem: There are no uniform rules for screening the millions of animals that go through shelters every year.
As the summer days come to an end and the kids go back to school, it's a good time to think about your dog as well. Your family pet can start to feel left out during the hustle and bustle, so try teaching your dog a trick to keep him involved.