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  • Rescue honored for animal-friendly menus

    Rescue honored for animal-friendly menus
    ALIVE Rescue, which has made it a policy of serving vegetarian and vegan fare at its various events, has been recognized for the animal-friendly initiative. Animal Place, the respected farmed animal sanctuary located in California, has named ALIVE its...
  • Dog flu prompts Orland Twp. to cancel Pet-Palooza

    Dog flu prompts Orland Twp. to cancel Pet-Palooza
    Hoping to prevent the spread of canine flu, Orland Township has canceled the annual Pet-Palooza parade, festival and fundraiser that had been scheduled for June 20 in Orland Park, according to a press release from the township. Local veterinarians and...
  • Worries over dog flu continue

    Chicago is the Windy City, the City of Big Shoulders, the Second City, and now, apparently the dog flu city. The canine influenza virus, or dog flu, settled into the Chicago metropolitan area just over a month ago. Since dogs do travel, however, it's no...
  • How animal flus increase the risk of human pandemics

    How animal flus increase the risk of human pandemics
    Several nasty flu strains spread across the Midwest in April. One virus sickened thousands of dogs, shutting down shelters and doggie day care centers throughout Chicago. Another infected more than 100 poultry farms in states including Kansas, Missouri...
  • Dog flu outbreaks temporarily close shelters, suspend adoptions

     Dog flu outbreaks temporarily close shelters, suspend adoptions
    Frango, a tiny tan Chihuahua mix, lapped chicken noodle soup from a doggy bowl in between hacking coughs Thursday at PAWS of Tinley Park, one of two south suburban shelters temporarily shut down as canine influenza virus continues to sicken dogs across...
  • Tinley Park PAWS shelter closes, cites 35 cases of dog flu

     Tinley Park PAWS shelter closes, cites 35 cases of dog flu
    While animal shelters in Chicago Heights and Tinley Park have closed temporarily, officials in Chicago Ridge are hopeful that the 559 dogs housed there are safe from a canine flu that is rapidly spreading through the area. Emily Klehm, the CEO of the...
  • Anne Arundel County health brief

    Healthy living A diabetes educator will discuss and offers suggestions on how make simple nutrition and exercise changes to achieve weight loss, lower blood pressure, prevent diabetes and lower cholesterol from 4:30 p.m. to 5 :30 p.m. May 13 and from 2...
  • In Path Of Bird Migration, Eastern States See Possible Flu

    In Path Of Bird Migration, Eastern States See Possible Flu
    HARTFORD (AP) — With bird flu still a significant problem in the Midwest, the East Coast is now bracing for migratory treks of waterfowl that could put numerous states with poultry farms and backyard chicken operations at risk of an outbreak....
  • Gorton cancels Dog Day due to canine flu

    Gorton cancels Dog Day due to canine flu
    One of Lake Forest's spring traditions, the Dog Day Parade, has fallen victim to the dog flu. In an effort to prevent any of the city's pets from getting the disease that has spread around the region, the annual parade set to take place May 9 was...
  • Kane County Animal Control says remain vigilant against canine flu

    While it seems the worse of a canine flu outbreak appears to be over, the Kane County Animal Control Department is advising pet owners to remain vigilant about not going to dog parks and avoiding large gatherings with other dogs. "We all believe the...
  • Midwest bird flu outbreak: Questions and answers

    Midwest bird flu outbreak: Questions and answers
    Scientists believe 70-degree temperatures will kill the deadly bird flu virus — and the change in weather can't come fast enough for producers in some Midwestern states struggling to contain a virulent strain that has doomed nearly 6.7 million...