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Adoptable pets

We have double the fun this morning from Animal Adoptions of Flamborough! Mary Lamb and Mark Galasso joined us with Milo and Lola.

Christmas Pet Expo

The holiday season is certainly the most wonderful time of the year where we spoil one another with lavish and thoughtful gifts. Not to be...

Picture your pet with Santa

Santa took time out of his busy schedule to have his picture taken with some four-legged friends. The annual "Picture your Pet with Santa" program...

Ohio woman mauled to death by her rescue dogs

VIDEO: An Ohio woman died alone in her home after she was mauled by her rescue dogs in a tragic and disturbing attack. WLWT's...

Halloween for pets

Halloween isn't just for humans. Cathryn James of Pet Valu Dundas was here with some of this year's favourite Halloween costumes for your furry...

Hamiltonians are thankful for democracy, family, and pets

People are waking up this morning feeling grateful.

Adoptable pets

Cassandra Gelzynsky from Lincoln County Humane Society joined us today with Sasha.

Newborn puppies found in a garbage bag on Barton St.

Someone found a garbage bag full of newborn puppies outside a Barton street business last week. The eight puppies whose eyes are still closed were...

Adoptable pets

It's another edition of adoptable pets and Cassandra Gelzynsky from Lincoln County Humane Society joined us today with Rock.

Brant County SPCA held its annual open house

It was a beautiful day in the neighbourhood in Brantford for the annual Brant County SPCA open house. For a dozen and a half years,...

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