Day: May 11, 2022

Aurora sets limits on number of pets, dog barking, and more in animal law changes – Chicago Tribune

The Aurora City Council this week approved revisions to the animal control ordinance that range from animal noise complaints to how many animals a person can have. The revisions are the first to the city’s animal control ordinance since 2000, and were greeted with good reviews from city officials and aldermen. Ald. Patty Smith, 8th,

Paw’s aims to keep pets healthy from the inside out

It might be easy to think of Steve Carroll as the protector of pets once you hear his story. After all, his research of dog and cat food helps keep those pets healthy. The co-owner of Kennewick’s Paw’s Natural Pet Emporium says it’s all about the animals and the customers. “I’m essentially paid to pet

2 children robbed at gunpoint for their puppy, police say

MILWAUKEE (WISN) – Authorities in Wisconsin are investigating after two children were robbed at gunpoint for their puppy Friday afternoon. Alanna Vaughn, 12, and her little brother Izayah Savangvongsavanh, 10, were both uninjured, but someone stole their 4-month-old puppy Coco. The siblings were walking their puppy on the streets of Milwaukee in the middle of

Florida Man Donates 68 Wheelchairs to Pets with Disabilities

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Pet rescues in limbo as Hay River, N.W.T., faces possibility of losing highway to washouts

As people on Vale Island fled their homes and drove south to escape floodwaters from the Hay River, they left more behind than just their houses. Some left their pets, thinking they could return to collect them. Those plans vanished when water closed off the highway. At a community town hall meeting on Tuesday, Hay River,

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