During the coronavirus pandemic, pets have adjusted to owners being home all the time, but now things are changing as people return to work. Animal anxiety is real and there are signs to look for; Naomi Ruchim reports for CBS2.
Pet Owners Warned To Keep An Eye Out For Animal Anxiety As They Return To WorkDuring the coronavirus pandemic, pets have adjusted to owners being home all the time, but now things are changing as people return to work. Animal anxiety is real and there are signs to look for; Naomi Ruchim reports for CBS2.
Coyote Caught On Camera Roaming Through The BronxThe video was shot in Riverdale and the incident surprised local residents. CBS2's Kristine Johnson reports
Millburn Bear Comes Down From Tree, Promptly DisappearsThe bear was the talk of the New Jersey town throughout the day on Monday. CBS2's Alice Gainer reports
Dogs Now Being Trained To Sniff Out COVID-19 CoronavirusThrough scent, dogs have long been used to help detect diseases, like cancer and Parkinson's. Now researchers and their dogs are getting closer to detecting COVID-19. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Bronx Zoo Confirms 8 Cases Of Coronavirus In Lions, Tigers As First Pets In U.S. Test PositiveThe Bronx Zoo says eight tigers and lions have now tested positive for the coronavirus. The news came out as the first cases of COVID-19 in pets in the United States were announced.
Vets Offering Socially Distant Services To Pet Owners Amid Coronavirus OutbreakWith so many businesses and services shut down, some wonder what to do if their pet gets sick or needs care; CBS2's Tara Jakeway has more on how some vets are keeping pets healthy, while making sure people are safe.
Worried About Pet Care During Pandemic? Dedicated Vets Have You CoveredWhat if your pet needs to see the veterinarian during the coronavirus pandemic? As CBS2's Tara Jakeway found out recently, there are animal care professionals out there who will take every precaution to make sure that your four-legged friend is treated.
Coronavirus Update: Bronx Zoo Tiger Positive For COVID-19 Raises Questions About Household PetsA tiger at the Wildlife Conservation Society’s Bronx Zoo has been diagnosed with the coronavirus, the first known case of an animal being sick with the virus in the entire country. CBS2’s Kevin Rincon reports.
Bronx Zoo Tiger Tests Positive For COVID-19The Bronx Zoo announced on Sunday that a Malayan tiger has tested positive for coronavirus, and that other big cats are showing symptoms. CBS2's Dana Tyler reports
Coronavirus Update: Animal Rescue Centers Worried People Won't Have Time For New Pets After Returning To WorkDuring times of trouble, people often find comfort in a four-legged companion. Many New Yorkers have taken in quarantine pets, but rescue centers worry it may become a problem when people head back to the office; CBS2's Nina Kapur reports.
Canines Versus Coronavirus: New York City Keeping Dog Parks Open, For NowAs long as New York City keeps the parks open, so too will the city's dog parks be open, but owners are urged to adapt and continue their social distancing practices in place. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Coronavirus Update: New Yorkers Offer To Foster Shelter Pets During Isolating CrisisThe coronavirus outbreak has many people feeling isolated in their homes, but some New Yorkers are finding comfort in a new best friend; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Pit Bull Recovering After Owner Killed During Nightly Walk In BrooklynLast Thursday around 7 p.m., Frank Delcolvenaere took his 11-month-old dog on her nightly walk near Fourth Avenue and 101st Street when police say a 19-year-old driving a black Mercedes struck him. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Furry Friend Finder: Meet Toby And RudolphoToby is a 10-year-old, Japanese Chin/Pekingese mix, who weighs 10 pounds. Rudolpho is a 1-year-old, housebroken, 8 pound, Chihuahua/Pomeranian mix with a spot of black on the tip of his tongue. CBS2's John Elliott and Cindy Hsu report.
Brother Makes Good On 5-Year Promise To Bring Llama To Her WeddingMendl Weinstock says he told his sister five years that he would bring a llama to her big day when she wouldn't stop talking about her future wedding. CBS2's Natallie Duddridge reports.
Long Island Town Looking To Ban The Feeding Of GeeseVillage of Port Washington officials are considering banning people from feeding the geese. CBSN New York's John Dias reports
Video Of Horse Collapsing Leads To ProtestVideo shows a carriage horse collapse in Central Park. It has led to a renewed outcry against the carriage horse industry in New York City. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports
Protests Lodged Against NYC Carriage Horse IndustryA disturbing video shows a carriage horse collapse in Central Park. It was later euthanized. TV 10/55's Lisa Rozner reports
Caught On Video: Carriage Horse Collapses In Central ParkA disturbing video is raising new concerns about horse carriages in the city. It shows a horse collapsing in Central Park before it was eventually euthanized. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports
Furry Friend Finder: Ollie And Pepe Need Forever HomesOllie is a 10-year-old, 28-pound, housebroken, French Bulldog. Pepe is a 10-year-old, 7-pound Chihuahua who is housebroken. CBS2's Cindy Hsu and John Elliott report.
Jersey City Family Says Their Dog Was StolenA beloved dog was stolen from a Jersey City family, and the owner says the woman who took their pet went a long way to try to cover up the crime; CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
Furry Friend Finder: Chip And Simba Need Forever HomesChip is a 10-year-old, 16-pound, housebroken, Papillion mix, with beautiful silky hair. Simba is a 7-year-old, 7'pound, housebroken, Pekingese dog. CBS2's Cindy Hsu and John Elliott report.
Oh My Goodness: New Jersey Teen's Little Bow Ties Helping Put Animals' Best Paw Forward For AdoptionA teenager in Newark has made it his mission to helping animals up for adoption put their best paw forward with a little bow tie magic. CBS2's Valerie Castro reports.
Over 100 Animals Found Living In Filth In NJ Puppy Mill, Officials SayMore than 100 animals were found crammed in cages and living in filth in New Jersey; CBS2's John Dias reports.