Miami-Dade dog and cat owners are being urged to make sure their pets are up to date on their rabies and distemper vaccinations after the county’s Animal Services department confirmed that a raccoon died of canine distemper.
Dog lovers will be happy to know a new spot to walk their pooches could soon be a reality on Miami Beach.
Residents of a South Florida neighborhood are being advised about the discovery of a rabid raccoon.
A Saturday event hosted by Broward County Animal Care and Adoption will provide a money-saving opportunity for pet owners.
Dog and cat owners searching for vaccinations will experience economic relief throughout the month of April.
Hurricanes can be stressful on everyone, especially your pets. But if you plan ahead, it will lighten your load.
After days of scrubbing and disinfecting following a canine distemper outbreak, Miami-Dade’s Animal Services re-opened their rabies and microchip clinic on Sunday.
The rabies and microchip clinic of Miami-Dade’s Animal Shelter is once again open after an outbreak of canine distemper that forced officials to disinfect the shelter and keep a number of animals out.