SOUTHERN OREGON — Reconnecting families with their lost pets leads to a busy day for animal shelters. Southern Oregon Humane Society says the day after the 4th of July is one of their busiest, because many pets escape their homes ...

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 ...

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. — Ringing in the new year can sometimes get a little loud, which could scare your pets. The Southern Oregon Humane Society says there’s steps pet owners can take to prevent a stressed furry friend tonight. Keeping pets ...

(NBC News)  — Pet parents will spend a record amount on Christmas presents for their furry friends this year. That number is inching higher thanks in part to more luxury and high-tech pet products. Eighty percent will be getting gifts, ...

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. — Tomorrow is Thanksgiving, which means there will be lots of food and scraps, but a local vet hospital wants you to watch what your pets eat. Southern Oregon Veterinary Specialty Center says the top things to ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — If you were spooked by the heavy thunder and lighting last night, you’re not alone. Jackson County Animal Services says they brought in 4 dogs, one had been hit by a car. The static electricity and loud ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — Being outside during a heatwave is not only difficult for you but your furry friends too. Hot pavement or asphalt can burn and blister your pet’s feet. Experts say if it’s too hot to the touch for ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — All of the heavy smoke covering the Rogue Valley can have serious health impacts not just for you, but your furry friends too. If they’re needing a place to stretch their legs without going outside in the ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — A group of Rogue Community College students is gaining statewide recognition for a 3D printing invention that’s helping handicapped animals. It’s called, Printed Pet Prosthetics, and it’s proving hope for animals with a lost limb. “We wanted ...

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