A pet project

The Pet Post and Pet Sit Pros hosted a free dog-themed, literacy-promoting event called “Bark Twice If You Love Long Beach Reads One Book” on March 17 at Good Neighbor Park, 2800 Studebaker Rd.

Dog daycare business collecting donations for animals in need

In our surrounding communities alone, many dogs and cats will go without during the holiday season. Bark! Bark!, the local dog daycare and grooming business, has started collecting food, toys, blankets, cleaning supplies and other pet needs for its “12 Days of Bark’mas,” which benefits local animal shelters.

Pet appreciation fair to be a walk in the park

Friends of Long Beach Animals, Long Beach Animal Care Services and Long Beach Parks, Recreation, and Marine Department will host their Pet Appreciation Fair and 2K/5K Walk Saturday, Oct. 13, from 9am to 3pm at the El Dorado Regional Park Archery Range, 7550 Spring St. (at the 605 Freeway). Check-in and registration will begin at…

City of SH to host low-cost pet vaccination, microchip clinic

The City of Signal Hill Community Services Department will host a low-cost vaccination and microchip clinic at Signal Hill Park, 2175 Cherry Ave., on Saturday, Nov. 3, from 10am to 11:30am. Services will be provided by the Society for California Veterinary Vaccine Care (SCVVC). Animal licensing will also be available during the event. Microchips are…

Pet appreciation fair to be a walk in the park

Friends of Long Beach Animals, Long Beach Animal Care Services and Long Beach Parks, Recreation, and Marine Department will host their Pet Appreciation Fair and 2K/5K Walk Saturday, Oct. 13, from 9am to 3pm at the El Dorado Regional Park Archery Range, 7550 Spring St. (at the 605 Freeway). Check-in and registration will begin at…

L.A. Zoo now hosts amphibians and invertebrates and reptiles…oh, my!

The Los Angeles Zoo introduced its newest exhibit to its guests on March 8. Encompassing six diversely themed exhibits, The LAIR (Living Amphibian, Invertebrates, and Reptiles) houses more than 60 species from around the globe. Additionally, this new structure will provide a vital establishment for the Zoo’s reptile- and amphibian-focused conservation initiatives.