As rescue workers continue to recover the devastating earthquake and subsequent tsunami, animal welfare groups are working around the clock to find food, shelter and medicine for the country’s animals.
Nearly two months after a severely emaciated chocolate Labrador retriever was rescued from the street in Petaluma, police arrested a local man Thursday on suspicion of neglecting the dog.
The Board of Directors at Pets Lifeline has announced the appointment of Nancy King as executive director of the nonprofit organization which rescues and shelters animals in the Sonoma Valley.
Easier to train than puppies and just as chipper, 100 chickens are awaiting new homes at the Sonoma Humane Society.
Dog owners and advocates are gathering at Fort Mason in San Francisco Monday to protest a proposal to drastically reduce off-leash dog areas in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area.
A state assemblyman is attempting to persuade lawmakers in Sacramento that changing the language used when addressing animal control issues might go a long way towards changing attitudes.