Pet theft is increasing nationwide. Sources cite 2 million animals reported stolen every year, and the number might be larger considering that other animals may not be reported stolen or were believed to be lost or have run away.
Dogs in city shelters need more than four-leaf clovers to give them the pot o’gold that they all want and need so badly.
The Hollywood Reporter review of “Dog” stated that “if the film is a hit, kennels won’t be able to breed Belgian Malinoises fast enough.”
People who hoard pets often believe that they are helping the animal—in fact, they believe that they’re the only ones who can help the animal, said Long Beach Animal Care Services manager Staycee Dains.
The K9 Kismet rescue began in Los Angeles in 2015 and moved its base to Long Beach three years ago. They foster around 15 dogs at one time in homes from Los Angeles to north San Diego County.
If you’re ready to bring home your furry Valentine but are frustrated by the shelter’s appointment requirement and the time it can take to hear back, Long Beach Animal Care Services (LBACS) has planned not one but two in-person events for Valentine’s weekend!
Meet the new first cat, Willow, named for Willow Grove, a Philadelphia suburb where first lady Jill Biden grew up.
Ida’s Walkers, part of Heart of Ida, take seniors’ dogs out for walks when their owners can’t manage it anymore.
The dogs in the shelter all need to go for walks around neighborhoods, to the dog beach, on hikes, and they need a safe place to sleep, good food, and toys of their own. And their own special you.