More than 80 cats are being treated as part of a trap, neuter and return (TNR) operation.
Every year animals either end up in shelters or are returned to them because families get their minds set on a particular breed or adopt bas…
While the dog days of summer are winding down, illnesses like Lyme disease and ehrlichiosis are still possible in the fall and winter.
In this episode, Amy talks with Hay Day Ranch about how you can help it win $25 thousand to continue its equine therapy programs.
The campaign is designed to raise awareness about microchipping and keeping registration information up-to-date.
Thelma and other dogs rescued from South Korea are now in the care of Henrico-based For the Love of Poodles and Pooches.
In this episode, Amy talks with Bunny Young, founder of the group Pawssible, about International Assistance Dog Week.
In this episode, Amy visits the Richmond SPCA to learn more about diabetes, a health issue on the rise among pets.
The Veterinary Emergency Treatment Fund, called VET Fund for short, helps families struggling to pay for emergency care.
In this episode, Amy stops by Richmond Animal League to learn more about heartworms.
Since early spring, RAL has taken in about 400 kittens and encourages the community to spay and neuter to control the number of litters.
This summer, Starr is celebrating 20 years as Chief Executive Officer of the Richmond SPCA.
In this episode, Amy talks with Lt. Jason Elmore from Chesterfield Fire & EMS about National Pet Fire Safety Day, July 15, 2017.
She was rescued from Kuwait this spring, is paralyzed and has one back leg amputated … But that doesn’t stop her!
For dogs that don’t sweat like humans do, extreme temperatures can quickly lead to heat exhaustion, heat stroke and even death.
In this episode, Amy speaks with Rob Leinberger, the Animal Control Supervisor for Richmond Animal Care and Control, about Virginia’s update…