Peninsula Humane Society
A quarter of the dogs taken in by one California animal shelter look like Chihuahuas. So how do you make a pet stand out when it’s similar to so many other dogs at the shelter? Check the DNA and call it a Chihuahuadoodle.
Three baby owls that fell from their nest were successfully reunited with their parents last weekend, the Peninsula Humane Society said.
Four dogs graduated on Thursday from a special program on the peninsula that paired them with county jail inmates for training.
Peninsula Humane Society and SPCA staff were searching for the owner of a Chihuahua puppy with dyed pink fur that was found in East Palo Alto last week with no collar, no tags, no microchipa and a broken leg.
A Peninsula area family has been reunited with its dog more than four years after he went missing.
A black-and-white cat was found drowned in the Redwood Shores lagoon on Wednesday with a five-pound dumbbell tied around its neck.
An animal control officer pulled a two-foot snake out of a restaurant bathroom in Redwood City on Tuesday night, according to the Humane Society.
A unique partnership that brings together county-jail inmates and animal shelter dogs on the peninsula celebrated a milestone this week.