One Of The World's Most Deadly Mushrooms Pops Up In The East BayOne of the world's most deadly mushrooms is popping up in East Bay parks.
Flea Problems Getting Tougher To Solve For San Francisco Pet OwnersVeterinarians say there has been an uptick in flea problems with pets in San Francisco, and it’s getting harder to cure the problem.
House Cat Survives Bobcat Attack Outside Home In San Mateo CountyGame wardens are on the hunt for a bobcat that attacked a house cat in San Mateo County.
Residents Raise More Than $11,000 For Sebastopol Police Dog’s ChemotherapyA Sebastopol police dog named Frank is attracting a lot of attention and money this week after the seven-year-old German shepherd was diagnosed with a deadly form of lymphoma and needs chemotherapy.
East Bay Animal Shelter Veterinary Technicians Make Sure Dogs And Cats Have Something To Smile AboutTechnicians at an East Bay animal shelter are taking part in a first-of-its-kind program sponsored by the Foundation for Veterinary Dentistry to help make homeless animals more adoptable.
Animal Control Rescues 8 Neglected Dogs From San Francisco Outer Mission HomeSan Francisco Animal Care & Control rescued eight abandoned dogs in a state of serious neglect from an Outer Mission home on Wednesday. The dogs will likely become available for adoption after they convalesce.
Animal Update: Pets And High-Blood Pressure High-blood pressure or hypertension is a fairly common condition in cats and dogs. Dr. Jennifer Scarlett with the San Francisco SPCA recommends blood pressure is checked at every veterinarian visit.
Animal Update: SF SPCA Advises On First Aid For Pets Dr. Jennifer Scarlett with the San Francisco SPCA reports on what pet owners can do when their animals are injured and on their way to the hospital.
Groomer Injures Dog At North Bay Petco; Company Balks At Paying Vet BillsA Bay Area woman is demanding answers and money for injuries she says her pet suffered at the hands of a dog groomer.
First Bird Admitted To Oakland Zoo’s New Condor Recovery Center For the first time ever a California condor is being cared for at a new Oakland Zoo recovery center. The facility makes it possible for Northern California to take part in saving this endangered species.
Analysis: The Paradox Of Humanely Conducting Death Penalty Executions KCBS interviews Stanford Law Professeor Robert Weisberg who says the death penalty is highly paradoxical since the U.S. allows executions, but then says it should be done humanely.
Easter Warning For Cat Owners, Extreme Poisoning Risk From Lilies, OnionsThere is no greater time of year for the lovely lily, but there is also no more dangerous time of year for cats, as a single nibble of a leaf, a few drinks of the vase water, or even brushing against lily pollen could lead to kidney failure and death.