In this Q&A, Mark Swingle, director of research and conservation for the Virginia Aquarium, explains why and how balloons are harmful to the environment.
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A raccoon that came into contact with a citizen’s dog is now in quarantine.
With the 2014 Virginia General Assembly session officially over, animal activists and lovers around the state can celebrate four major legislative wins.
An online animal cruelty registry will be established in the Commonwealth of Virginia this month if Senate Bill 32 is passed.
As a bored child, Sarah Tiller chased reptiles on family vacations in Florida. She’s now started a business to bring her passion for reptiles to everyone.
A group that helps bring businesses to local stores will now help puppies and kitties!
Beginning next week, the Richmond SPCA will offer low-cost, high-quality veterinary care for low-income households in the Richmond region. The resolve to care for pets of financially-limited owners underscores the shelter’s commitment to Richmond animals.