GRANTS PASS, Ore. – Some amazing animals were showcased at Wildlife Images’ Flights of March on March 12th. People from all over the area were invited to see some of the most amazing birds that live at the park. Among ...

MEDFORD, Ore. —With extremely high temperatures in the Rogue Valley this week, local police want to remind people not to leave kids or animals unattended in hot cars. Police say, people who leave animals or kids in cars, can get ...

MEDFORD, Ore. –After a particularly difficult year for Oregon residents, an Eagle Point Ranch is offering a one of a kind service to help others. Healing Hearts Ranch is a place where people can go to escape from their problems ...

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Some wild animals in Klamath Falls are suffering from lead poisoning, according to a wildlife rehab center in the area. The founder of Badger Run Wildlife Rehab says many wild animals are ingesting lead when eating ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – A local animal shelter said it’s holding its largest event of the year online.  Southern Oregon Humane Society hosts an annual auction to raise money for the animals under its care. It’s called A Toast for Tails. ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – With temperatures rising, local police want to remind people not to leave animals and kids in hot cars. Police say people who leave animals or kids in cars can get cited for endangerment of an animal or ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — The Southern Oregon Humane Society spent Saturday handing out free dog and cat food to pet owners. This is part of a new initiative that is aiming to keep pets with their families and provide a sense ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. — Local non-profit, Sanctuary One, has a new online campaign called, “Bring the farm to you” with posts of videos with lesson plans and resources for parents who are helping their children learn at home. Executive Director, ...

SCHAUMBURG, Ill. — According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, many people are asking if animals can contract COVID-19. The AMVA says there is no evidence that shows animals can contract COVID-19. There is also no evidence that animals can ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — Veterinarian clinics across the valley are changing the ways people can take their animals to the vet. Many clinics are implementing a new protocol called ‘curbside care’. Curbside care requires pet owners to stay in their car ...

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