Young and frisky, like most six month old puppies, Moose and Maverick like to play rough.
In a quiet city office Wednesday morning, Fort Worth’s code enforcement managers agonized over a life or death decision.
Animal shelters across North Texas are full to overflowing, and it’s taxing the limits of their facilities while stretching their human resources thin. So shelters are taking some unusual promotions to get pets adopted.
A Dallas mother who is accused of attempting to sell her baby online didn’t want anyone to know who she was Friday.
The Bedford Animal Shelter has hit capacity, spurring the city to drop its licensing fee by $20 to promote adoption.
A longtime pregnancy center is taking its counseling services to the streets of Dallas. Next week, as part of their new “Save the Storks” program, the Downtown Pregnancy Center is launching a bus campaign.
CBS 11 News has learned that the state paid an adoption group over $33,000 to help place four children with a man now accused of being their assailant.
Suzette Watkins runs Riverside Kennel in Fort Worth and is the head of the Fort Worth branch of No Kill, an animal rights group. And she has a problem with Fort Worth’s animal control.
The Humane Society doesn’t normally encourage holiday pet adoptions without careful consideration but feels it has no choice after many animals were received Friday.
Friday was National Adoption Day and hundreds of North Texas foster care parents spent the morning and afternonn officially making the children in their care part of their family.
The Wise County sheriff has banned photographs of dogs, cats and any other animals at the facility in a move designed to keep unflattering photos of the animals from making their way onto the Internet.
There was an emotional homecoming at DFW Airport on Thursday night for a Wylie family coming back home after a special trip across the world.