Western Pennsylvania Humane Society
Are you looking to bring a pet into your home? Local animal shelters are a great place to find a furry companion. This week, Furry Tails features Sammy, Stella and Kitty Renee!
The Western Pennsylvania Humane Society is looking for a loving home for an emaciated dog that has been nursed back to health.
Pittsburgh has a new top dog!
Humane officials are investigating after a small dog was found frozen to death in a box in the Spring Hill section of Pittsburgh’s North Side.
Humane officers are looking for the person who left a mother dog and three puppies in a construction dumpster on the North Side.
The holidays can be a tough time for families who are trying to make ends meet, and sometimes their pets pay the price.
On any given weekend at the Allegheny County Airport, there’s something special going on. Planes are landing filled with dogs.
The Western Pennsylvania Humane Society says it needs help finding the owners of a severely injured dog.
Big ones. Small ones. Black, brown, white, tan, gray, spotted. Loud ones. Quiet ones. Friendly, shy, gentle, bouncy. Shaggy ones. Dressed up. Dressed down. And everything in between.
If you’re looking to add a cat to your family, now may be the purrrrfect time to do it!
Chico the Chihuahua mix is back in his owners’ arms after a frightening trip through the Fort Pitt Tunnel on Monday.
A South Side man has finally been reunited with his French Bulldog, Pudge, that disappeared from his front yard two weeks ago with his other dog, Mojo.
Learn what Pittsburgh has to offer by way of animal care and volunteer your time to make a difference.
Pets may be special members of the family and if there is a need to acquire a pet, then a pet shelter may be the perfect place. There are pet shelters in the Pittsburgh region and qualified staff to send you in the right direction.
They are helpless animals, defenseless creatures. Even so, someone – for whatever reason – decided to hang a cat, probably while it was alive.