Whether relaxing together over breakfast or a brew on a sunny patio, swimming and hiking along the river or participating in the Doggy Dash, there are many places in Sacramento that will help get you on the fast track to canine happiness.
Sacramento SPCA CEO Rick Johnson says it’s not against the law to farm dogs for food in South Korea, but a different perspective.
The reward being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person who set a dog on fire earlier this week has been increased.
The idea of nine pit bulls in a small space may sound frightening, but this class promises to bring insight and techniques to a breed that can be easily agitated.
Sacramento has a number of wonderful opportunities for animal lovers to volunteer and enjoy. Some have prerequisites, while others are simple items you can do when you have 15 minutes to spare. Read on to see where you fit into the animal lover’s volunteer opportunities.
Sacramento has made an effort to bring public awareness to animals that are left to fend for themselves. If you desire to find an animal to nurture and provide the care it needs, contact any of these shelters.
Workers say the number of strays brought to the Sacramento facility has doubled in the past six years, going from hundreds a year to more than they can handle.
Dog owners beware. A new virus with deadly potential is attacking man’s best friend in California, and there is no vaccine.
Sacramento’s higher education graduates in some fields do better than others. Find out who’s earning the most.
An Elk Grove viewer rescued a dog but says he quickly became sick. She called Kurtis to look into it and we uncovered a unique incentive from the Sacramento SPCA.
Trying to find a pet to fit your lifestyle can be a challenge. If you’ve ever found yourself asking if the dog in question is going to get along with your cat, or if that eye-catching feline will enjoy apartment life, we have some places you can turn to for help.