No, you’re crying (Picture: Deadline News)A dog who was mourning the loss of her stillborn puppy has gone on to adopt a litter in need.Earth angel (Picture: Deadline News)‘I knew that the best chance for the puppies would be to give them a proper mum, and it would make Perrie happy.
Yoda and Dobby in one (Picture: Instagram @morkskywalker)Now living in Los Angeles, his new owner Nikki Carvey (who is the founder of Road Dogs & Rescue) regularly posts about his life online.
A Los Angeles court has now ordered Sturridge to pay Washington $30,000.Sturridge, 32, said he was “grateful” Lucci was back with his family and claimed he had paid a reward to a “young boy who found my dog”.
Meanwhile, more and more pet owners sought out emergency vet services to treat acute complaints like ear or bladder infections – ailments that aren’t necessarily life-threatening, but are nonetheless painful for pets.“It overwhelmed us very quickly,” says Kasey Littlefield, a veterinary technician who works at emergency clinics in Los Angeles county.
In the caption, Pink revealed that the family adopted their newest family member from the Labelle Foundation in Los Angeles and shared the dog's unique name: Habañero Mountain Guy Kadashi Hart.
A man walking Lady Gaga’s dogs for her was shot in Los Angeles on Wednesday night, and two of her dogs were stolen, prompting the pop star to offer a $500,000 reward for their return.
Lady Gaga is offering a $500,000 reward for the return of her two French bulldogs after they were stolen Wednesday night in Los Angeles, according to two sources close to the singer and the LAPD.The person walking the dogs was also shot around 9:40 p.m. PST, on the 1500 block of N Sierra Bonita Avenue, TODAY confirmed.
After saying goodbye to her dog Barbara, Kristen Bell is encouraging potential pet parents to consider adopting senior dogs.Bell and her family took care of Barbara for two years after adopting her from The Dog Cafe in Los Angeles.
During Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Denver Nuggets, the broadcast cut to 28 dogs and two kittens and their fosters filling virtual courtside seats, with an announcement that they were all “100% adoptable and 100% adorable” and a link to learn more about adopting them.
Ava’s face was badly damaged and she required several hours of plastic surgery to repair her shredded flesh (Picture: Laken Marie/) Ava was airlifted to a children’s hospital in Los Angeles, California, for emergency treatment (Picture: Laken Marie/)Mother of two, Laken, said: ‘I was distraught.
YouTube personality Brooke Houts is under investigation after a video uploaded to her channel showed her smacking, shoving and yelling at her dog.“We are aware of the incident and we’re looking into the matter,” a spokesperson for the Los Angeles Police Department told TODAY.The shocking video showed Houts, who has more than 300,000 subscribers, smacking, scolding and shoving her Doberman pinscher, Sphinx.
Thieves smashed a glass window to enter Sturridge’s home (Picture: Instagram @danielsturridge)Sturridge was contacted by people who believed they had his dog and was able to confirm his pet’s identity.
Lucci is a Pomeranian with Husky markings (Instagram)‘Somebody has broken into the house in LA and took my dog from the house,’ Sturridge said. ‘Somebody please find my dog, I’ll pay anything I’m dead serious, I want my dog back.’.
His handler, Lauren, explained that Izzy would reunite with his sister Camden through the Guide Dog Foundation before undergoing formal training. @nbclapuppyUnfortunately, NBC Los Angeles’ puppy with a purpose is unable to continue on with America’s VetDogs due to allergies.
Photograph: Noah Berger/AP Second place went to Wild Thang, a Pekinese with beady eyes and a disturbing tongue, owned by Ann Lewis of Los Angeles. “What we’re really doing is we’re showcasing dogs that have been rescued and adopted and brought into loving homes,” a competition spokesman said.
The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in Los Angeles gives out the “Hero Dog” award every year; however, this year the winner was not a dog at all, reported Barbara Campbell of NPR.Some of us might remember Tara, a Tabby from Bakersfield, CA.