Furry friends find forever homes amid pandemic

As stay-at-home restrictions left Santa Clarita Valley residents quarantined, the number of animal adoptions surged. “We are very blessed in the county right now that all the facilities are low, which means a lot of people have been adopting, a lot of rescues have been pulling (animals out of the

A growing devotion to the doodle mix

Because of its fluffy coat, affectionate personality and intelligence, doodle mixes have become the latest crossbreed craze.  Doodle mixes are a cross between the traditional

A pup’s will to live

Pitbull puppy Rambo is not even a year old, yet he’s experienced more than most pups do in a lifetime. “He’s had a long road

Pets fill shelters after the holidays

As the holiday season comes to a close and families take down holiday decor, shelters nationwide are filled with their own guests — actually they’re

The underdog goes nose-to-nose

When John Anthony saw Crixus of Gaul for the first time, the barely 5-week-old puppy was in terrible shape.  Not only was “goofy-looking” Crixus tiny

Therapy dogs comfort Santa Clarita

Therapy dogs gathered at Central Park Saturday to provide comfort to those in need of pet therapy in the aftermath of the Nov. 14 shooting

Bark for Life returns to SCV

Dog lovers from all over the Santa Clarita Valley came to the Westfield Town Center for Bark For Life, an event held to raise money

Bark for Life coming to SCV

The American Cancer Society is hosting its annual Bark for Life event at the Westfield Valencia Town Center Mall on Nov. 16 at 10 a.m.,

Saving furry friends with flare, creativity

With approximately 6.5 million pets entering animal shelters nationwide each year, volunteers at rescues across the country are constantly searching for homes. The sheer volume

Animals among those displaced by Tick Fire

Santa Clarita Valley residents of all kinds were affected by the devastating Tick Fire, including many animals. As Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies were