Suburban Chicago's Information Source
Breaking News Bar
Articles filed under
Pets and Animals
B.G.H.S. therapy dog, Buck, is a hit in the halls
Submitted by District 214
May 11, 2015 3:50 PM
Buffalo Grove High School has followed Prospect's lead and gotten Buck, the therapy dog, who is one smart cookie and a friend to staff and students alike.
Owls: Rock stars of the avian world
By Valerie Blaine
May 11, 2015 10:00 PM
Some animals have star power, some don't. Great horned owls definitely have it. They're superstars, and a pair of owlets at Fabyan Forest Preserve are bound to get Oscars this year.
South Barrington nature center celebrates Mother's Day with birds of prey event
Daily Herald staff report
May 10, 2015 6:18 PM
A snowy owl excited Sunday's visitors as it stared at children and their mother's during the Mother's Day with Birds of Prey event at the Stillman Nature Center in South Barrington. Families had a chance to see several birds of prey, including the great horned owl.
Pet adoption even canceled
Daily Herald report
May 7, 2015 5:41 PM
A pet adoption event scheduled for May 16 at Lambs Farm in Green Oaks has been canceled because of the ongoing concern over the canine flu.
Kaneland grad opens dog grooming/training shops in Batavia, Geneva
By Amy E. Williams
May 5, 2015 1:00 AM
Eric Wilson hopes that when dog owners step into his business along the Randall Road corridor they feel at ease, -- like they've stepped into a tropical paradise -- and that in turn, their dogs will feel relaxed too. Wilson owns Woof Beach, a dog grooming and training business which has a location in Batavia along the Randall Road corridor, a new, second location in downtown Geneva, and a soon-to-be third location along the Randall Road corridor in South Elgin.
Schaumburg teacher the inspiration for ‘Start Seeing Monarchs Day'
Submitted by the Chicago Zoological Society
May 1, 2015 6:00 AM
Thanks to Kim Savino, a teacher in Schaumburg Township Elementary District 54 -- and a student pursuing her master's degree through the Chicago Zoological Society's Advanced Inquiry Program -- there is now a national holiday dedicated to the endangered monarch butterfly. Beginning Saturday, May 2, "Start Seeing Monarchs Day" will be celebrated every year on the first Saturday of May.
Volunteers are needed to help with shelter's dogs, cats
By The Buddy Foundation
Apr 30, 2015 11:00 AM
Want to make a real difference in the life of a shelter animal? The Buddy Foundation, 65 W. Seegers Road, in Arlington Heights, needs you.
Learn about the comeback of the peregrine falcon
Lake County Audubon Society submission
Apr 29, 2015 3:18 PM
The remarkable restoration of the peregrine falcon population in Chicago and the Midwest will be discussed at the Lake County Audubon Society meeting at 7:30 p.m., Monday, May 4, at the Libertyville village hall, 118 W. Cook Ave.
Veterinarians are too expensive, and it puts pets at risk
By Peter Fenton
Apr 26, 2015 7:08 AM
The cost of routine and surgical vet visits has risen 47 percent for dogs and 73 percent for cats over the past decade. Disturbingly, many owners are reacting to sticker shock by not bringing in their pets at all.
Take precautions to prevent your cat from getting loose
By Mary Hayashi
Apr 23, 2015 12:15 PM
Keep your cat in a locked room when visitors are coming in and out of the front door to prevent the feline from escaping.
Show 11-20 of 775
Jobs at Daily Herald
Terms of Service
Copyright © 2015 Paddock Publications, Inc.
Latest Weekly Ads
State & Region
Nation & World
Stocks & Markets
Short & Sweet Theater Reviews
Health & Fitness
Home & Garden
Cook of the Week Challenge
Get Your Summer On
Letters to the Editor
Place an Ad
Merchandise for Sale
Place an Obituary
Search DailyHerald.com for articles
More ways to search Daily Herald
Search DailyHerald.com obituaries. »
Daily Herald newspaper archive
Find archived newspaper articles back to 1901. »
Activate Subscriber Access
Purchase a Digital Subscription
Start a New Subscription