Calgary pet store faces several charges of animal neglect
The owner of Calgary's Riverfront Aquarium pet store is facing charges under Alberta's Animal Protection Act after a number of animals in distress were seized from the business.  Brad Nichols, the Society's Manager of Cruelty Investigations says peace officers first visited the northeast store last September following a complaint from the public. Nine rabbits and a bearded dragon were found to be suffering from neglect. Some of the rabbits were in such poor shape they had to be euthanized. In May,...