The Weatherford-Parker County Animal Shelter is celebrating a major milestone: passing the 90-percent mark in live releases for a calendar month.
More than 200 animals seized from a Celina no kill animal shelter earlier this month are now clean, well fed and prepped for new lives. And it’s taken a tremendous effort to make it happen.
After two cases of parvo were confirmed in dogs recently admitted to the Regional Animal Adoption Center in Keller, the center has stopped all dog showings and adoptions.
Severe weather disasters like the tornadoes in North Texas and Oklahoma cannot be avoided, but preparations can be made to try to ensure the safety of your family and loved ones in case of an emergency.
There is no question that some individuals and families across North Texas and the nation have had to ‘tighten their belts’ during rough economic times. Now one organization is focused on the pets belonging to those people.
State lawmakers are considering a bill that would create a statewide animal abuse registry.
They say all dogs go to heaven. But if they get there before their time, should someone pay up?
Nearly four-dozen dogs have been euthanized at the Fort Worth shelter because of a distemper outbreak. Distemper is an airborne, highly contagious disease that is almost always fatal.
Want-to-be pet owners in Collin County have until 6 p.m. to take advantage of an adoption special. Workers at the Collin County Animal Shelter say they are currently at what is called ‘Code Red Full’.
An overcrowded North Texas animal shelter is going to great lengths to keep from euthanizing animals. The measures are working, but only for now.
One shelter dog in Carrollton is proving the mantra of ‘you can’t choose your family’ wrong. Faline, a nursing longhaired Chihuahua and Pomeranian mix, has adopted an additional offspring. And she looks nothing like her mama.
Facing a desperate life or death decision, Fort Worth code compliance officials had to find homes for six dozen sheltered animals or kill them Wednesday night. They saved them. But after a brief reprieve, they returned Thursday to a broken record