Los Angeles County Fair guests moseyed their way through the farm and garden area in the Fairplex to see animal-related exhibits, including stage shows from the fair’s own cowboy, Sky Shivers.
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Jasmine Marchbanks-Owens, a graduate student of Master of Arts Social Justice Higher Education Administration program, holds a poodle mix named Crackers, a therapy dog from Paws-to-Share, Tuesday on the University Mall.
Puppy mills and kitten factories took a crushing blow last Friday when Gov. Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 485.
The fox squirrel, commonly seen around campus, is formally known as Sciurus niger.
A black bear was hit by a car along the 210 freeway near Fruit Street in La Verne and was later euthanized by wildlife officials Monday.
Senior speech communications major Blasina Hernandez walks around campus with a kitten named Cleo to her chest that just fits in the palms of her hands. Hernandez rescued Cleo last weekend from a heating vent in a house that her dad was doing construction on.
Nearly a year after their dog died, Fontana residents Keri and Greg Martin visited the Inland Valley Humane Society and Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals for a new dog to take home.
Maureen Davis and her two dogs, Lynn and Patty, dressed up as the Cat in the Hat and Thing 1 and Thing 2, winning the funniest pet costume at the Friends of Upland Animal Shelter costume parade and contest Saturday in Memorial Park in Upland.
Few people have the opportunity to see and touch animals that originate in a different country, feed some of the most beautiful species of birds with their bare hands, or learn about an animal from first-hand experience. Gary Mitchell, the founder of Planet Rehab, is a different story.
How humans perceive animals was the focus Judy Holiday’s faculty lecture, “Are Non-Human Animals Cultural and Rhetorical Beings?” Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.