The cats and dogs that come to the Patti Dale Animal Shelter in Aldergrove are often in need of a trip to the vet.
For the abandoned and often forlorn animals that come into care at the Patti Dale Animal Shelter, it's volunteers like Lisa Lambert who help turn around their lives.
There are good reasons to get a dog licensed in Langley, but Sean Baker said the most important is to help reunite canines and owners.
The Patti Dale Animal Shelter in Aldergrove sees every breed of dog and cat, as well as some more exotic animals from time to time. This winter, it turned up another in its string of rarer residents.
Langley City is looking at updating its dog control bylaw after a presentation by the Campaign for Animal Rights Legislation asked it to ban dog tethering.
doesn't think it's much of an exaggeration to call his grandmother's rum balls "world famous."
Families will line up for hours to get their children's pictures taken with Santa. Similarly animal lovers will wait - albeit in shorter lines - to have their beloved dog or cat's picture taken each year with Ol' Saint Nick.
Take a closer look at what it takes to run an animal shelter, and you'll discover there's more to it than first meets the eye.
There's long been a connection between country music and animals.
What's a canine to do with a trip for two to the ski slopes of Sun Peaks, a pair of concert tickets, a wine gift basket, automotive tools, or a limited edition print from retired hockey legend Richard Brodeur?
These days Logan has his pick of the best sleeping spots in the house, a far cry from where he was sleeping when found roaming the streets of Aldergrove a few years back.
While many people are focused on the return to school and work, for the team at the Patti Dale Animal Shelter in Aldergrove the arrival of fall starts the clock counting down to its single largest fundraiser of the year.
Porter is never going to be a social butterfly, but he's come a long way since he was a kitten and first dumped at the front door of the Patti Dale Animal Shelter with his litter mates.
After a raccoon was found dead in an aging leg-hold trap in a Murrayville back yard, an anti-trapping group is asking Langley Township for a ban.
A Murrayville family found a grisly mystery waiting for them when they returned Monday from a spring break vacation.
Walking down the street towards this dog, many people insist he's smiling at them.
The dogs know when the day has started. A few start barking when they hear the doors open at the Patti Dale Animal Shelter.
Much like the Star Wars' Jedi master he's named after, Yoda is a fighter.
Langley non-profits are considering a new source of funding after the provincial government announced it is widening the scope of its gaming grants.