Working Dogs Compete in Elmira

ELMIRA, Ore. — For some dogs this weekend wasn’t all about fun and games, but real competition. Nineteen dogs from all over the country competed in an obedience and tracking competition. This vigorous style of training is often times the starting point for training police dogs. These dogs all have one goal, making it to … Continue reading »

Animal Control Needs Help Locating Dog

SUTHERLIN, Ore. – Douglas County Environmental Health says it needs help finding a dog involved in a biting incident Sunday. Douglas County Animal Control is looking for a dog described as a small, brown and white pit bull. It says around 11:30 a.m. Sunday, the dog bit a child near east 2nd Avenue. Animal control … Continue reading »

K-9 Helps Police Find Suspects

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Police are thanking their four-legged officers for helping them find the shooting suspects from the shooting at the Springfield Wal-Mart. K-9 units were on the scene from both Eugene and Springfield police departments yesterday. Fedo is with Springfield police. Officer Justin Myers is Fedo’s handler and he said having dogs on the … Continue reading »

Pet of the Week: Maple

EUGENE, Ore. — For this week’s Pet of the Week, Maple stopped by KEZI 9 News This Morning. Maple is a five-year-old Pomeranian-Chihuahua mix. She is good with other dogs and cats, but families should have children older than 12 years old. If you’re interested in adopting Maple, contact the Greenhill Humane Society at (541) 689-1503. … Continue reading »

Vets See Increase in Canine Patients

EUGENE, Ore. — All this hot weather has been keeping vets extra busy. Doctors at the Eugene Animal Hospital and the 24-hour Emergency Veterinary Hospital have seen an increase in four-legged patients. They’ve been treating a lot of dogs with heat-related problems, like exhaustion and heat stress, but also bee stings. “Bee stings are common … Continue reading »

Dog Limit in Urban Growth Boundary

EUGENE, Ore. — A Eugene woman is breathing a sigh of relief Tuesday night after a battle with the city over how many dogs she owns. Tanny Blonder was facing the tough decision to part with one of her three dogs, Little, Sadie and Dina. The reason, she lives on the edge of Eugene city … Continue reading »

Pet of the Week: Jezebel

EUGENE, Ore. — Jezebel, a one-year-old poodle mix, stopped by the KEZI 9 newsroom this morning to appear on Pet of the Week. Jezebel is sweet-tempered and would be great for any home with children over the age of 12. She loves giving kisses and having fun. If you’re interested in adopting Jezebel — or … Continue reading »

Students Rent-A-Pooch from Greenhill

EUGENE, Ore. — Students at the University of Oregon got a taste of what pet ownership’s all about Thursday afternoon. It’s all part of Greenhill Humane Society’s semi-annual Rent-A-Pooch fundraiser. Students got to rent a dog for fifteen minutes; the shelter sold out all of the available time slots before the day was over. Some … Continue reading »

Eugene Launches Dog Licensing Campaign

EUGENE, Ore. — The City of Eugene is trying to promote awareness about dog licensing in the city, as staff estimate only 40 percent of the city’s dogs are properly registered. The campaign features well-known local residents and their dogs. Staff members hope having them out in the community will help spread the word that … Continue reading »

Pet of the Week: Snoopy

EUGENE, Ore. – If you’d like an active dog with some personality for your home, this one is for you. Snoopy, our KEZI 9 News Pet of the Week, is 5  years old and is staying at Greenhill. If you would like to adopt Snoopy or volunteer at Greenhill Humane Society, click here or call … Continue reading »

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