A very frustrating problem that many dog owners encounter is that of submissive, excitement, or conflict urination.
Just to remind people of the importance of vaccinating your animals, and most importantly, the cleaning up of your animals: although vaccination is not a 100 per cent guarantee, it is still very important, just as important as cleaning up after your animals.
LAST week I wrote about the effect of hot weather on your dog.
Dr. Wayne Etherington, a Langley veterinarian, is expected to appear in court this week, charged with two counts of sexual assault and one count of committing an indecent act.
Now that spring is finally here and the weather is getting warmer it is time to think about flea and parasite prevention for your dogs and cats.
AFTER incurring big veterinary bills in caring for a hobbled miniature poodle-cross, the West Vancouver B.C. SPCA asked for help from the public and they got it.
In 1960, a small northern fur seal was brought to the Vancouver Aquarium after a harrowing experience. A fisher had accidentally caught him with his rod while fishing for salmon.
WEBSTER arrived at the doorstep of the West Vancouver branch of the SPCA with matted fur, bad teeth and a broken leg.
The incidence of overweight pets has increased by 40 per cent in the past five years to the point that now more than half of dogs and cats are overweight or obese.
That's what one reptile owner wanted to hear from the ultra-sound technician on Tuesday afternoon at Dewdney Animal Hospital in Maple Ridge. Females are more desired than males if one wants to sell breeding pairs.
A Chilliwack senior was pronounced dead at the scene of a single-vehicle accident on Yale Road Tuesday afternoon.
February is national pet dental month. This has become a tradition where an extra focus is paid to your pet's oral health concerns. And with discounted rates in place [at many veterinarian clinics] many pet owners choose February to have their pets' teeth cleaned.
The charitable organization Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind is announcing the birth of its latest litter of puppies.
Do you own a large, young Russian Blue cat? He is male with a faint white mark on his chest.
The Burnaby SPCA is putting a puppy and a visually impaired kitten up for adoption as a pair, after the two recovered together in foster care.
After reports of more than 500 dogs and nine cats allegedly dying in the U.S. from eating jerky treats made in China, retailers selling the products have issued a voluntary recall of several popular brands.
The Langley Emergency Program has received a good response to its plans for a pet first aid course.
The long saga of an emaciated horse found in a Langley ditch ended in court in 2012, with a conviction for the owner.
There are some really special people in this world and last Sunday night one of them touched our lives.