From face lifts to nose jobs and even Botox, animal lovers in South Florida spend millions of dollars each year enhancing their pets’ droopy eyes and cats’ crooked teeth.
Miami-Dade County Commissioners, on Tuesday, voted to approve The Pets’ Trust, a popular citizen initiative that could save the lives of thousands of unwanted pets.
Howls and meows of agreement may be heard from the Miami-Dade animal control shelter Tuesday, after County Commissioners give expected approval to a plan to improve the life expectancy of dogs and cats taken there.
Miami-Dade County Commissioners are scheduled to vote on a plan this Tuesday to reduce the county’s animal overpopulation.
A team of Hialeah veterinarians performed a groundbreaking medical procedure on a dog to help him walk again.
Pets’ Trust Miami proposed a new bill in efforts to reduce the large number of stray cats and dogs in Miami-Dade County and decrease unwanted animals being put down each year.
Measures intended to reduce the number of unwanted animals put down each year, including a bill that allows voters to support using property taxes for neutering costs, were advanced without opposition in the Senate Agriculture Committee on Monday.
Thousands of four-legged friends and pet-lovers gathered in the Keys this weekend to enjoy music and support a good cause.
“This is probably going to be the worst [manatee] die-off in history.” That’s the grim news from Martine DeWit, a veterinarian who oversees Florida’s marine mammal pathology laboratory.
Have you ever wanted to play Santa to dogs and cats? The Broward County animal shelter is giving you that chance.