Four Chinese plants that produce chicken jerky treats sold by American companies have refused to allow Federal Drug Administration investigators to take samples for analysis despite complaints from pet owners, according to an NBC report.
A family is trying to track down a bird they own that was shot with an arrow. They’re also trying to find the person who shot their beloved peahen so they can deliver a message.
Consider your local climate as well as these tips before getting started.
Dog bite claims are way up across the nation and, according to the Insurance Information Network, California leads the pack. If it’s your dog doing the biting, you’re likely to pay dearly.
While most cities and counties request notification of a change in a pet’s status, Fremont’s Animal Care and Control Dept. requires notification. Failure to inform the city can lead to fines of up to $1,000.
Important decisions pet owners can make on behalf of their animals to ensure a healthy new year for them – that’s the topic of this Animal Update with Dr. Jack Aldridge of the San Francisco SPCA.
A Morgan Hill family victimized by burglars a few days before Christmas is hoping to at least get their dog back.
A cat may have saved its owner’s life Wednesday by waking her up to alert her that the house was on fire, a San Jose fire captain said.
A homeowner reported seeing a large coyote with the family cat in its mouth in San Anselmo Tuesday morning, police said.