Just as humans need a doctor, pets need a veterinarian.
The Winnipeg Humane Society is introducing a new Welcome Home Program for new adopters to ensure pets have a veterinarian lined up for their care once they leave the shelter.
By Michelle McQuigge, The Associated Press
An Ontario man who was caught trying to smuggle snakes into Canada in his socks has pleaded guilty in an American court.
Chaoyi Le, 28, is facing up to five years in prison after pleading guilty Tuesday to violating wildlife regulations, according to prosecutors in Buffalo, N.Y.
An 18-year-old man is in custody following a botched robbery in which a dog was shot and killed at a home near Teulon, Manitoba.
RCMP say the man entered the rural residence September 26 through a window and gathered several items, including five firearms. Upon leaving, the suspect came across Boomer, a French mastiff.
By The Canadian Press
WINNIPEG – Four rescued chicks that tumbled from a chimney in Manitoba have been flown to Ontario to join a flock that will hopefully lead them south for the winter.
The Manitoba government says the chimney swift chicks fell from a heritage building at the Lower Fort Garry National Historic Site in St. Andrews in August.
WINNIPEG — The Assiniboine Park Zoo has formally introduced its newest (and cutest) residents to the public.
Two red panda cubs born on June 13 now have names following a public vote.
Ozzy, an RCMP canine with the Portage la Prairie detachment, should be in store for plenty of belly rubs this week.
For the second time in as many days, the police pooch has apprehended suspects in the Portage area.
WINNIPEG — A loose moose that was the talk of Saturday’s Banjo Bowl and social media didn’t survive to be released back into the wild.
The young calf died from stress and exertion of running through an urban area combined with high temperatures at the time, according to the province.
Winnipeg police and conservation officials were trying to herd a loose moose near Investors Group Field on Saturday afternoon.
As thousands of fans attempted to get themselves to the Winnipeg Blue Bombers’ Banjo Bowl, police were forced to temporarily close Chancellor Matheson Road at the University of Manitoba.