Right now, ticks are enjoying a fall resurgence of substantial proportions and local vets have their hands full and pet owners need to be on the alert.
What do you need to know before taking in a stray pet? We go to the professionals!
So, I’ll admit it! I’m not a cat person. Don’t get me wrong, I love cats. Got nothing against them. I’ve just never been the proud owner of one.
Most people remember my cat, not only because she’s quite rotten, but also because she has a stupid name.
My not so little ball of fur came into our lives about seven years ago. My wife and I were still living in New Jersey, when we found a small white cat on our porch. We took care of the cat briefly until its owners were located. That brief experience sparked a conversation about getting a cat of our own and we set out to find a furry companion.
For anyone who thinks cats are a little too into themselves to train, you might want to check out a show that’s in Lawrenceville.
Firefighters and first responders do their best to revive family pets overcome by smoke inhalation.
You wouldn’t go days without brushing your teeth or years without getting a dental checkup, right? Well, your pet shouldn’t either.
Here is a list of Pittsburgh’s top breeders, which exhibit knowledge and care of the breeds they are breeding, training and selling.
The old adage says that many hands make light work and that is certainly the case at the Western Pennsylvania Humane Society.
Some pet owners opt to have a veterinarian come into their home to make the process more comfortable for both them and the pet. However, new a new law is quickly putting a stop to that option, which many are hoping will be changed soon.
Animal Friends is caring for a dog that was, allegedly shot in the head with a crossbow by its owner.
Dozens of animals scheduled to be euthanized were given a second chance and for them, 2013 will mean life.
If you’re thinking about adding a new pet to your family, now may be a good time. Animal Friends just kicked off its “Pets Are Priceless” campaign.
After removing two dozen cats last week, Humane Agents removed more cats from a Carrick home on Tuesday.