Furry Tails: Pet Supply Collection At Penguins GameAre you an animal lover? What about a Pittsburgh Penguins fan?
Eagle Egg Expected To Hatch In Coming DaysAll eyes are on the Hays Bald Eagle nest!
City Poised To Reconsider Rules As Woman Tries To Start Goat Grazing BusinessWould you consider hiring a herd of goats to eat your weeds?
Police Confiscate Dozens Of Animal Mounts, Guns From Washington Co. HomeAuthorities have confiscated dozens of animal mounts, as well as two-dozen guns, from an Oakdale man.
National Aviary Hosts Online Auction To Name Penguin ChickIt’s a girl! And you can pay to name her.
Safety Consultant Working To Educate Parents About Pet SafetyEducating parents and dog owners to prevent dog attacks.
Pets Also Vulnerable In Extreme Cold, Experts Urge CautionOur pets are members of our family so they need to be treated like one, especially in the bitter cold.
Many Funeral Homes Now Offering Services For Pet OwnersMore funeral homes and cemeteries in our area are now offering services catering to animal lovers and their pets.
Dog Undergoes Surgery After Eating Calf-High BootsDoctors say a dog is recovering after surgery to remove a pair of calf-high leather boots the animal had eaten.
African Penguin Chicks Make Adorable DebutTwo African penguin chicks, less than a month old, made their first public debut Thursday.
Puppeteers Prepare For First NightCheryl Capezzuti's towering puppets are a highlight of Highmark First Night, on New Year's Eve in Pittsburgh.
Second African Penguin Chick Hatches At National AviaryA second African Penguin chick has hatched at the National Aviary.
Zoo Bringing Back Adorable Penguins On Parade EventThere will soon be a lot of waddling and hopping during the weekends at the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium.
Humane Society: Animal Surrenders, Abuse Case Spike During Holiday SeasonThe holidays can be a tough time for families who are trying to make ends meet, and sometimes their pets pay the price.
Aggressive Bear Attacks, Kills Fayette Co. Woman’s Goat, DonkeyBear sightings are not uncommon this time of year, but one in Fayette County was especially alarming.