Rosie and Camellia have been so important in my life, but they aren’t the only dogs to touch my heart. Long before I got my very own dog, my extended family introduced me to what it was like to love animals.
Volunteers from a local group jumped into action this weekend to save nearly three dozen dogs from a shelter in Virginia.
A plane carrying 30 special passengers landed in Pittsburgh Saturday night, and they’re all headed to new homes.
We know we’re not supposed to feed our dogs table scraps but so many of us do it anyway, but there are five specific things you really need to be concerned about, some even veterinarians didn’t know about until recently.
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.
Does your pet have a favorite toy? Something he or she carries around the house, plays fetch with, maybe uses as a pillow. It’s probably slobber soaked and smells something awful, but you’d never dream of trying to pry it from the paws of your furry friend.
People living near the Humming Valley Alpaca Farm in Washington Township are on edge after numerous coyote attacks in recent months.
The little dogs gathered early in the heat of late summer, for the Labor Day Doggy Dip in the Dormont Pool.
At PNC Park Pup Night earlier in the week, Andrew found himself in the middle of a spirited debate about if a dog could be taught to tag up from third and score on a flyout.
Seven-year-old Zeus does not want for anything after his return home.
A local animal rescue group jumped into action to help collect dog food for a shelter in southern West Virginia.
The recent heat wave has not only been leaving lots of people hot, but animals as well.
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.
Police are calling it a bad case of animal cruelty.