It's Not Too Early To Head Off Migratory BirdsIt may be February, but it’s not too early for North Texans to prepare of the annual invasion of migratory birds -- and the problems some of them can bring.
City Leader Promises Dog Of Ebola Patient Will Be Taken Care OfEver since Dallas nurse Nina Pham tested positive for Ebola there has been an outpouring of concern for not only her, but her dog. Monday Code Enforcement arrived at Pham’s apartment to remove the King Charles spaniel.
Plano Man Breaks Into Hot Van To Rescue DogIt's not often police stand by as someone breaks into a vehicle. But in a case in Plano Sunday, it was to save a life.
Grand Prairie Man Pleads Guilty To Mutilating, Killing CatAs jury selection was about to begin Monday, a North Texas teenager that killed and mutilated a neighbor's cat pleaded guilty to a charge of animal cruelty.
Rabies Scare In The ColonyA rabies scare in The Colony has pet owners worried—and animal control officers increasing patrols.
No Oversight For Texas Pet Boarding BusinessesBill Patterson loves his dogs, but there’s one he misses desperately. His English bulldog died at a dog daycare in Roanoke. According to the BBB, complaints about pet boarding and pet sitting businesses have more than doubled.
Irving Animal Services Supervisor Accused Of Animal Hoarding

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