Month: February 2019

Assemblyman Lackey Fights to Protect Guide, Signal and Service Dogs

by Natalia Radcliffe Assemblyman Tom Lackey (R-Palmdale) recently introduced a new bill that would protect all guide, signal or service dogs, whether they are “on duty” or not. Currently, guide dogs that are “on duty” are protected by the state. For example, if a person allows his or her dog to injure or kill a […] Read more

Wildlife Waystation – Magic Kingdom in our Midst

by Martha Michael There’s a lot of science supporting the theory that people end up looking like their pets. And while studies mostly refer to the physical appearance of dogs and their owners, there’s one local example with a much broader sampling. Exotic animal sanctuary Wildlife Waystation is a lot like its founder, Martine Colette. […] Read more

Wise Tails – A Senior Dog Sanctuary

Wise Tails – A Senior Dog Sanctuary is a “forever home” for mature or elderly dogs that are rescued from situations where they have been neglected, abused or are facing euthanasia at kill shelters. Located in Simi Valley, Wise Tails works to provide these dogs with love, care and all the medical services they need. […] Read more