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Firefighters revive 2 cats with pet oxygen masks after Bradenton house fire

The Southern Manatee Fire Rescue helps revive two cats with pet oxygen masks at a duplex fire Thursday. Click to Continue »

Big Dance trash talk: Cats defend themselves on the court and online

The Cats are shutting down the competition on the court and online.

Lucas County Dogs for Adoption: 3-27

Dogs remain available at the Lucas County Canine Care & Control Office, 410 South Erie St., Toledo. For information, call 419-213-2800.

UK 37-0; WVU's Miles says Cats 'played great'

UK 37-0; WVU's Miles says Cats 'played great'

‘Car Dogs’ cruises into Phoenix for Arizona debut

The story of how George Lopez’s new film “Car Dogs” got made is as intriguing as the plot itself. Scottsdale native Mark King’s movie script bounced around big Hollywood studios with marquee names att

Over 83 dogs taken from warehouse on Commonwealth Ave.

Thursday morning, Animal Care and Protective Services took nearly 100 dogs out of a warehouse located on Commonwealth Avenue. Susan Esdale, the woman renting the warehouse, told Animal Care she was running a rescue organization and had the best intentions.

Monterey hotel taken over by hundreds of Bernese Mountain Dogs

Hundreds of Bernese Mountain Dogs are in Monterey this week. The furry guys were all in town by Tuesday to compete and socialize with one another in the Bernese Mountain Dog Club of America's 2015 National Specialty. “Four Hundred, yes I did say 400, Bernese Mountain Dogs are here in Monterey, California," said show Chair Karen Heitkamp about the number of dogs in town for the competition. The ...

S. Manatee Fire Rescue revives two cats with pet oxygen masks

The Southern Manatee Fire Rescue helps revive two cats with pet oxygen masks at a duplex fire Thursday. Click to Continue »

Dogs dumped, left for dead in Martin County

Martin County Sheriff's detectives are trying to figure out who dumped more than two dozen dogs on the side of Pratt Whitney Road.

Uruguay: dogs kill patient at a psychiatric hospital

MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay (AP) — A 73-year-old psychiatric hospital patient has died after being attacked by a pack of wild dogs living on the property.

DeKalb County Shelter Planning Facility For Aging Pets Of Seniors

Animal-loving senior citizens will no longer have to choose to give up their pets without ever seeing them again, if the DeKalb County Board approves a proposed animal shelter addition.

River Cats Introduce Green Initiatives for 2015

The Sacramento River Cats are proud to partner with the Green Sports Alliance and several local businesses in an effort to develop additional environmentally responsible programs and initiatives.

PetAction(TM) Plus for Dogs and Cats Launches Nationwide

EAGLE, IDAHO -- PetAction(TM) Plus, a new flea and tick product for dogs and cats, launched today in stores nationwide including Walmart and Sam's Club. PetAction Plus contains the same active ingredients ...

PetAction(TM) Plus for Dogs and Cats Launches Nationwide

EAGLE, IDAHO -- PetAction(TM) Plus, a new flea and tick product for dogs and cats, launched today in stores nationwide including Walmart and Sam's Club. PetAction Plus contains the same active ingredients ...

Hundreds of stray cats overrunning city in New York state

The city of Batavia, NY has between 800 and 1200 feral cats running free, and residents say the wild cats have been a problem for 6 years.

PetLife Pharmaceuticals Provides Shareholder Update

PetLife Pharmaceuticals, Inc. , a developer of new generation of high potency veterinary cancer medications and nutraceuticals for pets, today issued the following Special Letter to Shareholders:

Need a portable pet door? There’s a Kickstarter campaign for that

The Balcony Pets Apartment Pet Door is a modular door that renters can fold up and take with them as they switch homes.

Fake service dogs under attack

The rise of fake support animals

Pets Hall of Shame: Send us evidence of your naughty pet

Sure, our pets are awesome and lovable. For many of us, they serve as best friends and surrogate children. But they're also naughty. And it's time to celebrate that in our Hall of Shame.

Animal Shelters Let Kids Cozy up to Pets at Summer Camps

Kids passionate about pets cozy up to cats, dogs, even ferrets at animal shelter summer camps

Animal shelters let kids cozy up to pets at summer camps

In this Monday, March 16, 2015 photo, Ashley Carter, 14, looks at a red-tailed boa constrictor during the Arizona Animal Welfare League & SPCA spring kids camp in Phoenix. Thousands of youngsters from 6 to 17 will attend similar summer camps this year at hundreds of animal shelters across the country. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson) LOS ANGELES (AP) — Children who love to dance, act or play sports have summer camps specialized just for them. But many parents don't realize that kids who are passionate about pets can have the same immersive experience.


Heave, ho: Elephants rescue 18-wheeler stranded on Louisiana road

Two elephants support a stranded eighteen-wheel truck in danger of tipping over in Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana in this handout photo When an 18-wheeler truck became stranded by the side of a Louisiana road, two elephants inside came to the rescue. Sheriff's deputies in Natchitoches Parish on Tuesday morning received a call about a stuck truck. The truck's driver, also an elephant trainer, walked the elephants out of the cargo compartment and directed them to help prop up the vehicle, sheriff's Captain Tony Moran said in an interview. The truck had pulled over on an interstate shoulder near Powhatan, Louisiana, about an hour south of Shreveport.


Summer camp goes wild: Kids passionate about pets find fun at animal shelters nationwide

Children who love to dance, act or play sports have summer camps specialized just for them.

ALPS Sector Dividend Dogs ETFs Declare First Quarter Distributions

The ALPS Sector Dividend Dogs ETF , the ALPS International Sector Dividend Dogs ETF and the ALPS Emerging Sector Dividend Dogs ETF declared their first quarter 2015 distributions on March 24, 2015 in the amounts of $0.350060 for SDOG, $0.170430 for IDOG and $0.120050 for EDOG.

Lombardy, the new Caspian for caviar

With pools 85 times the size of the nearby pitches where Rugby Calvisano plays, the company Agro Ittica Lombarda is putting this northern Italian town on the map again -- as the world's top caviar producer With pools 85 times the size of the nearby pitches where Rugby Calvisano plays, the company Agro Ittica Lombarda is putting this northern Italian town on the map again -- as the world's top caviar producer. The world's most prized caviar comes from wild sturgeon in the Caspian Sea. Agro Ittica was the first sturgeon farmer in Europe and well positioned in 1998 when under CITES, the international convention to protect endangered species, fishing of the Caspian sturgeon was restricted, then banned outright in 2010. While most consumers associate caviar with Russia, Agro Ittica points out that sturgeons were historically found in many parts of the world, including Italy.


Dogs make long trek for adoption

About 100 dogs come to Encinitas from a Mississippi shelter for adoption each year.

6 Things To Know About Insuring Your Pets

Perhaps unsurprisingly, the pet health insurance industry is growing along with the vet bills. According to the North American Pet Health Insurance Association, pet policies have grown an average of 13 percent each year since 2009.

Cats causing concern in Batavia

Batavia, NY - The City of Batavia says it has a cat problem. Hundreds of feral cats are roaming around town and some people living there have had enough. "I would hear them out here at 6am meowing their little hearts out so yeah, you have to bring them in. ...

Washington goose poop prompts officials maybe to let the dogs out

File photo of Canada Geese fly by the U.S. flags at the base of the Washington Monument, in Washington The U.S. Park Service is weighing using dogs to drive off Canada geese that each foul the U.S. capital's National Mall with up to three pounds (1.4 kg) of droppings a day, the agency said on Tuesday. The Park Service is considering using border collies to harass the large and growing population of Canada geese from tourist draws like the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool, the Washington Monument grounds and John F. Kennedy Hockey Fields. The droppings damage pumps and filters of the Reflecting Pool, degrade the park and are a potential public health hazard, the Park Service said in a statement. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said that local populations of Canada geese were increasing rapidly throughout the lower 48 U.S. states.


Pets bear the brunt of domestic and family violence

Karyn Lohse, Pets in Crisis co-ordinator with a pup rescued from domestic violence. Photo Sherele Moody / APN NewsDesk Sherele Moody

38 cats seized, couple charged in Clarksville

CLARKSVILLE — Nearly 40 cats, including many kittens, were recently seized from a Clarksville residence, and two people were charged with animal cruelty, according to Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) Serving Allegany County officials.

Technology Gives Pet Parents Control Over Pets' Diets and Overall Health and Life

Pets are a much-loved member of the family and pet parents today do everything they can to make sure their dogs and cats live a long and healthy life. Petbrosia, an online pet products company, today announces ...

PETA Claims Warner Bros. 'Harry Potter' Studio Tour Mistreats Owls

Footage from the animal rights group posted to YouTube claims to show "owls who were clearly distressed were suspended in tiny cages and repeatedly forced to perform demeaning tricks."

As Forests Burn, Conservationists Launch Global Wildlife Rescue (Op-Ed)

As Forests Burn, Conservationists Launch Global Wildlife Rescue (Op-Ed) Jeremy Radachowsky is assistant director for the Latin American and Caribbean Program at the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS). In 1998, in one of my first real experiences in the tropics, I volunteered as a research assistant to track tapirs in Corcovado National Park. As the months wore on, I watched as the forest understory withered and the creek beds dried up. But that year, the effects of El Niño were more extreme.


Poachers slaughter 30 elephants in DR Congo

File photo shows an African elephant in the Waly Bai area of the Nouabale Ndoki National Park, Republic of Congo, on May 22, 2012 Ivory-hungry poachers have killed 30 elephants in a Congolese national park in the past two weeks, park authorities said Monday, adding that the culprits were likely Sudanese militia. News of the Garamba National Park slaughter came as wildlife experts warned at a major summit in Botswana that elephants could become extinct with a few decades if poaching continues. Sudanese raiders are suspected of killing the endangered pachyderms, conservation director at African Parks Jean Marc Froment said. "We have a group of north Sudanese coming inside the park, spreading in small groups and during 15 days they killed 30 elephants," said Froment, whose group co-manages Garamba National Park, located in the northeast of the Democratic Republic of Congo.


Humans Butchered Elephants 500,000 Years Ago, Ancient Tool Suggests

Humans Butchered Elephants 500,000 Years Ago, Ancient Tool Suggests Stone tools that are half a million years old have been unearthed in Israel — and they still have traces of elephant fat clinging to them. Though anthropologists had strongly suspected that early humans used tools to break down a carcass for its muscle, fat and marrow, "there was no smoking gun to show that the stone tools were, indeed, used for these kinds of tasks," said study co-author Ran Barkai, a professor of archaeology at Tel Aviv University in Israel.


Czechs deploy wild horses from Britain to save biodiversity

In this photo taken on Monday, March 16, 2015, one of the 14 wild mares from Britain’s Exmoor National Park rests in an enclosure near the village of Milovice, Czech Republic. Twenty-five years ago it was a military zone where occupying Soviet troops held exercises. Today it’s a sanctuary inhabited by wild animals that scientists hope will improve biodiversity among local plants as well as save endangered species. (AP Photo/Petr David Josek) MILOVICE, Czech Republic (AP) — Twenty-five years ago it was a military zone where occupying Soviet troops held exercises. Today it's a sanctuary inhabited by wild animals that scientists hope will improve biodiversity among local plants as well as save endangered species.


Dozen whales die after Australia stranding

A stranded pilot whale in Bunbury harbour, south of Perth, Western Australia, on March 23, 2015 Twelve whales died on Monday after stranding themselves against a rocky breakwater on Australia's west coast, with experts working hard to save another four. The pod of long-finned pilot whales got into trouble in Bunbury harbour, 175 kilometres (110 miles) south of Perth, Western Australia's Department of Parks and Wildlife said. The department's nature conservation leader Kim Williams said 12 whales had died, and six had been herded out to sea by small boats. "Unfortunately one of these whales has re-stranded and is being taken out to deeper water again, while the other three are not swimming strongly and there is a chance they will also re-strand." Williams said it was hoped that the released whales would join another pod of 15 long-finned pilot whales which has been swimming in the area all day.


Sri Lanka promotes former general who defeated Tigers to field marshal

Former army chief and defeated presidential candidate Sarath Fonseka waves at his supporters during a political rally in Colombo By Shihar Aneez COLOMBO (Reuters) - A former Sri Lankan army general who led the military to victory in a 26-year war against Tamil Tiger separatists and later served time in jail was elevated to become the nation's first five-star field marshal on Sunday. Sarath Fonseka had won a pardon in January from newly elected President Maithripala Sirisena after being convicted by the government of former President Machinate Rajapaksa of offences ranging from corruption to engaging in politics in uniform. Fonseka's promotion could help Sirisena gain the confidence of the military and strengthen the president's position versus Rajapaksa in a future election. The 64-year old veteran, dressed in his uniform, walked to a special red-carpeted stage in front of Sirisena to hear the reading of his 40 years of military achievements and receive the field marshal baton.


Nevada wildlife managers reject ban on coyote-hunting contests

A coyote walks in Yellowstone National Park Nevada wildlife managers on Friday voted down a proposal that would have banned hunts offering cash and prizes for slaughtering coyotes in competitions across Western states that conservationists decry as "killing contests." In December, California became the first U.S. state to prohibit inducements like money and merchandise for hunting events of wild animals including coyotes, foxes, bobcats and other creatures classified in the state as fur-bearers and non-game mammals. The recent push by wildlife advocates to outlaw hunting contests for wild animals like coyotes, which are considered nuisances allowed to be shot on sight in most of the West, comes as increasing numbers of competitions are held in states such as Nevada, California, Idaho, New Mexico and Oregon.


Green sea turtles recover in Florida, Mexico

In the waters of the west Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico, green turtles are found from Texas to Massachusetts, as well as the US Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico The move comes after decades of efforts to save one of world's largest breed of sea turtles, Chelonia mydas, which have been on the endangered species list since 1978. "The proposal to revise the status of green sea turtles breeding in Florida and Mexico from endangered to threatened shows that conservation is making a difference, and once again demonstrates the effectiveness of the Endangered Species Act in protecting and recovering our most at-risk species," said US Fish and Wildlife Service Director Dan Ashe.


Dogs by the hour: Japan offers pet rental service

Rino Kakinuma, 7, plays with toy poodles, beagles and a golden retriever at the Dog Heart cafe in Tokyo, February 22, 2015 In crowded Tokyo you can rent a mutt for a few hours of wet noses and unconditional loving from Man's Best Friend. For seven-year-old Rino Kakinuma, surrounded by toy poodles and beagle pups, it is the perfect solution -- a fortnightly chance to play with her four-legged friends. "She really likes dogs but our home is not suitable for pets," her father Shinji Kakinuma tells AFP. "I was a bit sad for her so I looked for places where she could hang out with dogs." Rina and her father are not alone.


French court clears foie gras producer of cruelty

Force-feeding ducks to make foie gras is legal in France, but the European Union ruled in 2011 that birds cannot be kept in individual cages and gave farms until the end of 2015 to comply Le Roche-sur-Yon (France) (AFP) - A French court on Thursday cleared a foie gras producer accused by animal rights activists of "acts of cruelty" for the conditions in which it force-fed its birds. The case targeted one of France's best-known producers, Ernest Soulard, a company based in the western Vendee province which supplies top restaurants including Le Fouquet's and George V in Paris. It was brought by animal rights group L214, which released a video in 2013 claiming to show the conditions at farms under contract to Ernest Soulard, with ducks confined in individual cages, barely able to move. The video prompted top chefs, including multi-Michelin-starred Joel Robuchon and Britain's Gordon Ramsay, to suspend their orders with the company.


Costumed 'goose' thanks Prince Charles in front of White House

In 2008, Prince Charles said he had ordered his personal chefs to stop buying foie gras An animal rights activist wearing a goose costume thanked Britain's Prince Charles in front of the White House on Thursday for his opposition to foie gras. "Charlie is my darling for banning foie gras from royal menus," read a placard held up by the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals activist. "We wanted to thank him for his kindness and for setting a good example," the activist, Ashley Byrne, told AFP. In 2008, Prince Charles said he had ordered his personal chefs to stop buying foie gras.


Tiger meat, bear paws openly available in Laos: NGO

A resort complex in northwest Laos targeting Chinese visitors has become a "lawless playground" for the trade in illegal wildlife ranging from tiger meat to bear paws, an advocacy group says A resort complex in northwest Laos targeting Chinese visitors has become a "lawless playground" for the trade in illegal wildlife ranging from tiger meat to bear paws, an advocacy group said Thursday. Customers "can openly buy endangered species products" in the Golden Triangle Special Economic Zone on the border between Laos, Myanmar and Thailand in Laos' Bokeo province, according to a report by the Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA).


Pumped-up India braced for Tigers challenge

India's Suresh Raina dives to make the crease during the Cricket World Cup Pool B match against Zimbabwe at Eden Park on March 14, 2015 Defending champions India look to tighten their iron grip both on the World Cup and on Bangladesh when the two neighbours meet in Melbourne for a semi-final spot Thursday. India have reached the quarter-finals with six wins in six pool games, bowling out the opposition every time. They have defeated Bangladesh 24 times since their first meeting in 1998 and have lost just three -- although one of those came in the 2007 World Cup in the Caribbean which led to India's early exit. Suresh Raina, whose unbeaten 110 helped India chase down Zimbabwe's 288-run target for a hard-fought six-wicket win in their concluding pool game in Auckland last weekend, says the Indians are ready to "express themselves." It's been a marathon buildup for India in defence of their World Cup crown, starting last November for their win-less Test and one-day matches in Australia.


Mystery of Darwin's strange South American mammals solved

An artist's rendering shows the South American native ungulate Macrauchenia patachonica By Will Dunham WASHINGTON (Reuters) - To 19th century British naturalist Charles Darwin, they were the strangest animals yet discovered, one looking like a hybrid of a hippo, rhino and rodent and another resembling a humpless camel with an elephant's trunk. Ever since Darwin first collected their fossils about 180 years ago, scientists had been baffled about where these odd South American beasts that went extinct just 10,000 years ago fit on the mammal family tree. Researchers said on Wednesday a sophisticated biochemical analysis of bone collagen extracted from fossils of the two mammals, Toxodon and Macrauchenia, demonstrated that they were related to the group that includes horses, tapirs and rhinos. Some scientists previously thought the two herbivorous mammals, the last of a successful group called South American ungulates, were related to mammals of African origin like elephants and aardvarks or other South American mammals like armadillos and sloths.


Nevada bill would allow sick pets to use medical marijuana

Pets might soon be able to use pot under a bill introduced Tuesday in the Nevada Legislature. Democratic Sen. Tick Segerblom is sponsoring the measure that would allow animal owners to get marijuana for ...

Nevada lawmaker wants medical marijuana for pets

(Reuters) - A Nevada lawmaker proposed a bill in the state legislature on Tuesday that would grant ailing pets access to medical marijuana. The measure, put forward by Democrat Tick Segerblom, would let owners obtain the drug for their animals if a veterinarian confirmed it " may mitigate the symptoms or effects" of a chronic or debilitating medical condition. The proposed bill also includes provisions related to medical marijuana use among humans, including new regulations for dispensaries and dropping penalties for motorists found driving with the drug in their system. The proposal comes as a growing number of U.S. states have relaxed marijuana laws.

AP PHOTOS: Baja peninsula features whales, exotic preserves

In this March 3, 2015 photo, the last rays of sunlight illuminate a cardon cactus in the Valle de los Cirios, near Guerrero Negro, Mexico's Baja California peninsula. The Valle de los Cirios, also known as Valley of the Boojums, is a federally protected flora and fauna conservation area, one of Mexico’s largest protected areas. (AP Photo/Dario Lopez-Mills) GUERRERO NEGRO, Mexico (AP) — Far from the sprawling, all-inclusive resorts of Mexico's Los Cabos is a part of the Baja California peninsula that few tourists ever see, but should.


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