Our dogs are our family. Maybe that's why we give them human names.
A new medical treatment is being used to heal pets that were badly burned and caught in the Camp Fire, involving fish skin to help treat their burns.
There are still a lot of animals from the Camp Fire that haven't found their owners yet, and UC Davis is trying to get the word out about a bunch of cats they're caring for.
Rescuers learned this the hard way, not to separate the pair when the Jack started crying and the Diane got frantic.
A couple living in the countryside are suing their neighbor over the sound of the cowbells she has around her cow's necks, and it's not the first time, either.
Does your dog share your bed?
Some things about our Turkey Day traditions are downright dangerous for our furry friends.
After a hamster fell into a 3-foot deep pipe, a rescuer made a tiny ladder so that the hamster could climb out to safety.
A woman created an app that helps pet owners who evacuated from the California fires find their pets who may have gone missing during the evacuation process.
Sac Zoo is outgrowing their location down in Land Park, and they're getting anxious to upgrade, and are eyeing the old Arena in Natomas as a possibility.
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