Dallas Considering Crackdown On Dangerous Dogs; Change At Animal ShelterBig changes could soon be on the way in the city of Dallas that could save the lives of residents and hundreds of dogs and cats each year.
'SHAME ON YOU': Cats Reportedly Abandoned Outside Shelter In Freezing ColdAccording to the Cooper Country Humane Society, in a Facebook post which has now been taken down, a cat and two kittens were left in an uncovered cage outside the Houghton shelter in four-degree weather.
Dallas Shelter To House Hundreds Of Pets Displaced By HarveyHundreds of animals whose owners have been displaced by Harvey are being housed this week at a shelter in Dallas.
Canton Animal Shelter Uniting Pets With Loved OnesPets that were displaced during tornados that touched down in Canton are being reunited with their owners.
'Home For Hounds' Benefits Shelter Dogs & InmatesThe goal of a new pilot program in Dallas County is to make shelter dogs more adoptable and jail inmates more employable.
Keeping Pets Safe This Fourth Of JulyFourth of July is full of loud, fun, and exciting fireworks. However, it's not so much fun for pets.
Dallas Zoo Offering Free Admission For Canned Food & Pet Supply DonationsThe donations will go to people and pets affected by the Dec. 26 tornadoes.
24 Greyhounds Stolen From North Texas Dog Pound FoundTwo dozen Italian Greyhounds seized in a raid on a suspected North Texas puppy mill have been recovered after they were stolen from an animal shelter.
Humane Society Flood Leaves Cats & Bunnies In Need Of CareCats aren't known for swimming, but recently dozens of them at the North Texas Humane Society found themselves trying to get to higher ground.
Continuous Rains Cause Pet Adoption Prices To PlummetHundreds of pets have found themselves homeless as a result of the continuous rain. Due to this, Prairie Paws, the Grand Prairie city-owned animal shelter stepped in to shelter these animals in need.
Area Flooding Leaves Local Animal Shelters OverflowingFlooding across North Texas has created a desperate situation at area animal shelters. Right now, the Humane Society of North Texas has more than 500 pets that need homes.
Fort Worth Starts First Ever Animal Foster Care ProgramWith animal shelters filling up, the City of Fort Worth is taking an unusual step to keep homeless pets alive. As part of a new program, one woman has become the city's first animal foster care home.