Opinion: Summer isn’t here yet, but it’s already too hot to leave a dog in a parked car
With summer approaching, experts have started to remind dog owners to keep their pets safe in the heat. In Phoenix, where temperatures have already topped 100 degrees, animal welfare organizations have received around 300 heat-related calls since November. The number will grow significantly during the summer; last year, the Arizona Humane Society responded to approximately 700 heat-related incidents.
GOP gubernatorial candidate John Cox brings bear back to campaign trail in San Diego
ABC10 News San Diego
SAN DIEGO (CNS) - Republican gubernatorial candidate and Rancho Santa Fe-based businessman John Cox revived a controversial campaign tactic Tuesday when he appeared with Tag -- a Kodiak bear the candidate first used in his official campaign kickoff event in Sacramento last week.
Opinion: A bear walked into a news conference. That should not have happened
Los Angeles Times
So, a Kodiak bear walked into a politician’s campaign news conference in Sacramento on Tuesday, and I don’t know whom to pity more — the bear or the politician. I’ll go with the bear.
State Sen. Ben Hueso Condemns Live Bear Stunt By Gubernatorial Hopeful John Cox
Republican gubernatorial candidate John Cox — a Rancho Santa Fe-based businessman — debuted his campaign to unseat Gov. Gavin Newsom Tuesday in Sacramento, but his political stunt involving a live bear drew heavy criticism from at least one local politician.
Caitlyn Jenner debuts slick TV ad in campaign to unseat Gov. Newsom
Los Angeles Daily News
Gubernatorial candidate Caitlyn Jenner aired her first campaign video on Tuesday, May 4, in an effort to unseat Gov. Gavin Newsom, a slickly produced three-minute ad in which she termed herself a “compassionate disrupter” and cast Newsom as an elitist who has presided over a general decline in the quality of life for Californians.
Animal welfare group hopes to pass law setting standard for pet breeding in California
A puppy bought online from a backyard breeder to sell during a Seal Beach elementary school fundraiser, died shortly after it was purchased. Now, an animal welfare group is trying to pass a law in California that would set standards for pet breeding and stop such preventable deaths.