Animal Shelters

Babes and Bullies is a fundraiser for Hugabull Advocacy and Rescue. The event is being organized to honour the Marvin – the dog passed away in April. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

United by their love of a dog, two women initiate ‘hug-a-bull’ fundraiser

Langley event will honour Marvin, who passed away in April

 

Beau, a three-year-old Anatolian shepherd, was one of about a dozen pets up for adoption from the Patti Dale Animal Shelter in Aldergrove, that attended the Langley Animal Protection Society’s Dreams Do Come True summer soiree at Thunderbird Show Park on Saturday. He was accompanied by long-time shelter volunteer Bob Schwartz. (Roxanne Hooper/Langley Advance Times)

VIDEO: Dogs, cats join first in-person gala in 2 years – netting $85K

Langley Animal Protection Society welcomes 200 guests to its Dreams Do Come True summer soiree

 

Close to 100 alpacas were given haircuts at the 20th alpaca shearing event at Kensington Prairie Farm on Saturday, April 2. (Tanmay Ahluwalia/Langley Advance Times)

VIDEO: Hundred alpacas given haircuts over 2 days at Kensington Prairie Farm

Money raised will help an international charity and local animal rescues

 

The shelter is located at 21562 Old Yale Road.

UPDATED: Emergency weather Alert issued for Langley lifted

The local church has opened its door for those seeking shelters

The shelter is located at 21562 Old Yale Road.
Winnie was in rough condition when she was rescued. She was balding, had bleeding skin and looked like she had just puppies. After receiving veterinary care by Langley Animal Protection Society, she is healthy and fit enough to find a new home. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

Abbotsford dog rescued by Langley animal shelter looking for furever family

Winnie was in rough condition at the time of rescue, and no one has come forward to claim her

Winnie was in rough condition when she was rescued. She was balding, had bleeding skin and looked like she had just puppies. After receiving veterinary care by Langley Animal Protection Society, she is healthy and fit enough to find a new home. (Special to Langley Advance Times)
Critter Care was notified about the injured beaver at 4:45 p.m. on Feb. 9. The society dispatched a rescue team immediately and spent more than four hours on site. The beaver died on the morning of Feb. 11 as the fuel had ingested into her skin. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

Diesel-soaked beaver dies despite rescue effort by Langley’s Critter Care

Her eyes and ears were seriously injured, fur was damaged and raw

Critter Care was notified about the injured beaver at 4:45 p.m. on Feb. 9. The society dispatched a rescue team immediately and spent more than four hours on site. The beaver died on the morning of Feb. 11 as the fuel had ingested into her skin. (Special to Langley Advance Times)
Langley Animal Protection Society endeavours to make sure the pet and owner are well suited for each other before adoption is finalized. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

Pandemic pets: LAPS adoptions are forever

Unlike some shelters, Langley Animal Protection Society animals are not being returned after COVID

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Langley Animal Protection Society endeavours to make sure the pet and owner are well suited for each other before adoption is finalized. (Special to Langley Advance Times)
One of the puppies at LAPS ran out of steam and took a rest amid some decorations during a past pet photo session with Santa. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

Photos of furry family members with Santa help flood victims, shelters

St. Nick is finding more and more time to take pics with Langley pets

One of the puppies at LAPS ran out of steam and took a rest amid some decorations during a past pet photo session with Santa. (Special to Langley Advance Times)
Langley cat shelter CARES is holding a Christmas auction to fundraiser for the animals. It begins Nov. 15. (CARES/Facebook)

Christmas auction, Purdys chocolate fundraiser support Langley CARES cat shelter

Purdys chocolate fundraiser has started, auction begins Nov. 15

Langley cat shelter CARES is holding a Christmas auction to fundraiser for the animals. It begins Nov. 15. (CARES/Facebook)
Thanks to the community, Henry will have “everything he needs for his long journey ahead,” said LAPS director Jenn Schroeder. (LAPS/Special to Langley Advance Times)

VIDEO: Help pours in for Henry

Further update coming Friday morning from Langley Animal Protection Society

Thanks to the community, Henry will have “everything he needs for his long journey ahead,” said LAPS director Jenn Schroeder. (LAPS/Special to Langley Advance Times)
Henry requires extensive medical treatment including an ultrasound, biopsy and an ACL repair surgery through Langley Animal Protection Society. (Special to The Star)

VIDEO: Henry needs help paying for $5,000 surgery

Langley Animal Protection Society took in an injured dog requiring extensive ACL repair work

Henry requires extensive medical treatment including an ultrasound, biopsy and an ACL repair surgery through Langley Animal Protection Society. (Special to The Star)
Some of the cats up for adoption at the first joint Langley adoptathon run by the Canadian Animal Rescue and Extended Shelter (CARES) based in Milner and the Embrace a Discarded Animal Society at the Langley Petsmart over three days ending Sunday, Aug. 8. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)

VIDEO: First of it’s kind cat adoption in Langley draws big response

Joint event staged by two animal rescue agencies

Some of the cats up for adoption at the first joint Langley adoptathon run by the Canadian Animal Rescue and Extended Shelter (CARES) based in Milner and the Embrace a Discarded Animal Society at the Langley Petsmart over three days ending Sunday, Aug. 8. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)
Saphira raised $150 through keychain sales, which she donated to Langley Animal Protection Society. (Special to The Star)

Nine-year-old raises $150 for Aldergrove animals through keychain sales

Saphira crafted items and sold them herself to friends and family members for 50 cents each

Saphira raised $150 through keychain sales, which she donated to Langley Animal Protection Society. (Special to The Star)
Two officers with a dog who was found after the Lytton fire. (Contributed/BC SPCA)

Help pets evacuated from B.C. wildfires by adopting animals from the BC SPCA

The BC SPCA is looking to make room in its shelters to accommodate evacuated pets

Two officers with a dog who was found after the Lytton fire. (Contributed/BC SPCA)
Einstein has been with LAPS for more than one year and is looking for his fur-ever home. (Special to The Star)

VIDEO: Winner chosen for record-breaking LAPS Dream Vacation Lottery

$30,645 was raised for Aldergrove shelter, while Fredrick William will enjoy a $5,000 prize

Einstein has been with LAPS for more than one year and is looking for his fur-ever home. (Special to The Star)
Einstein – one of Langley Animal Protection Society’s animals looking for their fur-ever home. (Special to The Star)

Last chance to purchase Dream Vacation lottery tickets through LAPS

Langley Animal Protection Society’s annual fundraiser will have a winner on Saturday, July 17

Einstein – one of Langley Animal Protection Society’s animals looking for their fur-ever home. (Special to The Star)
Baloo, an English Mastiff who won Aldergrove hearts last spring is doing well. (Special to The Star)

Dream Vacation Lottery winner can choose between cash or travel voucher

Langley Animal Protection Society’s annual fundraiser is on now until July 17

Baloo, an English Mastiff who won Aldergrove hearts last spring is doing well. (Special to The Star)
Black bear. (Critter Care Wildlife Society Facebook)

VIDEO: Langley’s Critter Care releases 5 black bears

Langley-based rehabilitation facility shares behind-the-scenes action

Black bear. (Critter Care Wildlife Society Facebook)
Black bear. (Critter Care Wildlife Society Facebook)

VIDEO: Critter Care releases 5 black bears

Langley-based rehabilitation facility shares behind-the-scenes action

Black bear. (Critter Care Wildlife Society Facebook)
The BC SPCA is warning pet owners not to leave pets in parked vehicles. (BC SPCA/Special to The Star)

Aldergrove shelter says pets stands for ‘please ensure their safety’

B.C. heat wave prompts warning from LAPS to take extra care of furry friends amid hot weather

The BC SPCA is warning pet owners not to leave pets in parked vehicles. (BC SPCA/Special to The Star)