Animal Rescue

Pa. Animal rescue saves lives of HIV-positive dogs

CHESTER SPRINGS, Pa. (WPVI) – “Of all the dogs I’ve had, I’ve never seen a sweeter, sweeter girl,” Andrea Deutsch said of her new furry friend, Ladybird. Although Ladybird looks like a typical dog, the two-year-old puppy has been diagnosed with heartworm disease. “Apparently she was in a hoarding situation in Virginia, and now she’s come here to Main Line ...

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Predicted pet pandemic crisis mostly bypassed the Bay Area

Rescue groups feared there was a calculation when California entered a COVID lockdown and people sought companionship by adopting pets. Perhaps a day would come when people who were no longer locked in their homes might discover that adopting Fido might not have been the best decision. Here are grounds for cautious optimism: that day has not yet arrived. So ...

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Caring for the wildlife that stray in the suburbs

The first pattern of a fawn is the forest floor. The white spots on its brown coat resemble the speckled sunrays cascading through the trees, breaking the outline of the deer’s silhouette. Camouflage helps protect baby whitetail deer from bears and bobcats while the mother feeds elsewhere. While its mother is away, the fawn hides in the tall grass and ...

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Farm Animal Rescue seeks to continue monthly ‘Farmers Moo-ket’

GAINESVILLE, Fla. (WCJB) – Critter Creek Farm Sanctuary has turned an idea of ​​pandemic safety into an event that will unfold long after COVID-19 protocols end. Animal Rescue, located at 12626 CR 231 just outside of Gainesville, has a free Farmers Moo-ket on the third Sunday of each month and it started in fall 2020. The event specializes in attending ...

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Vallejo Reptile and Oddities Expo raises funds for rescue – Times-Herald

Every “niche” market has its passionate aficionados, and reptiles and quirks are no different. This weekend’s Reptiles & Oddities Expo fundraiser for JnW Reptile Rescue has drawn all kinds of people, from lizard lovers to snake scholars, tarantulas tailgaters, to those who love frogs. There were also steampunks, goths, and people with pet spiders named Spindra. There was yet another ...

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11 animals dead after seizure of White Hall dog rescue

BALDWIN, MD — Baltimore County Animals Services provided an update Wednesday on an update on an animal welfare complaint originally investigated earlier this month. Officials say the original complaint was received on June 28 during the “Don’t Be a Bully” dog rescue at White Hall. The investigation resulted in the seizure of 48 dogs of varying ages which were found ...

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