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Youbou loses beloved Roosevelt elk, Bob

Youbou loses beloved Roosevelt elk, Bob

The stately and sometimes mischievous elk died after being hit by a car on Sunday
Watch: Marine rescue volunteers save young eagle, get surrounded by orcas

Watch: Marine rescue volunteers save young eagle, get surrounded by orcas

The two encounters left RCMSAR volunteers glowing, West Vancouver’s marine search and rescue unit chief says
'The poop factory never stops': Richmond rescue gives new life to bunny waste

'The poop factory never stops': Richmond rescue gives new life to bunny waste

Rabbitats is racing against time to sell its stock of rabbit poop fertilizers.
Powell River Orphaned Wildlife Society helps swan with hurt wing

Powell River Orphaned Wildlife Society helps swan with hurt wing

PROWLS: Rescue of the week
Photos: Grizzlies in the Bridge River Valley

Photos: Grizzlies in the Bridge River Valley

Cliff Jennings' photos were captured in the South Chilcotins
Sunshine Coast resident fined after shooting neighbour’s dog

Sunshine Coast resident fined after shooting neighbour’s dog

A Halfmoon Bay man pled guilty to the December 2020 incident where he shot a nine-month-old husky named Luna. The court heard that he mistook the dog for a coyote stalking his chickens.
'Every once in a while, we get those python calls': Vancouver critter company talks rabies, pest damages

'Every once in a while, we get those python calls': Vancouver critter company talks rabies, pest damages

"A symptom of rabies is an 'oddly friendly' animal."
Have a ball: Two more off-leash dog areas expected this year, says DOS

Have a ball: Two more off-leash dog areas expected this year, says DOS

Off-leash dog areas at Squamish’s Brennan Park and in Brackendale are expected to open this year.
VIDEO: Aggressive wolves attack dog near Tla'amin community

VIDEO: Aggressive wolves attack dog near Tla'amin community

"The Tla'amin Nation trail system between Wilde Road and the Tla'amin store is now closed until further notice."
'It was very busy': Pop-up veterinary clinic held in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside

'It was very busy': Pop-up veterinary clinic held in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside

Basic veterinary necessities are a financial hardship for many of the people who came to the clinic.