Labs Extend Purebred Dog Popularity Record; Rottweilers RiseLabrador retrievers have extended their record run as America's most popular dog breed.
LA Gets Last Glimpse Of Zoo Hippo Ahead Of Move To DallasOfficials hope the nearly two-ton Adhama will make a successful breeding partner with a female hippo in Dallas.
SeaWorld Prepares For Last Orca Born At ParkSeaWorld officials are preparing for the last birth of an orca at one of its parks. According to a statement from the company, the calf will be born at SeaWorld in San Antonio in the next four to six weeks.
Amarillo Looks to Adopt Law Making Bestiality IllegalOfficials in Amarillo are considering adopting a law that would make bestiality illegal.
On-Demand Vet House Calls Ready To Launch In DallasVetPronto works with local veterinarians to arrange house calls for pets. They operate in 10 cities already including New York and Los Angeles, and the service will begin in Dallas on February 20.
Tinder For Apes? Zoo Gives Orangutans Option To Swipe LeftHow does a primate find a date when they're confined to an urban jungle?
PETA Urges Rodeo Boycott After Horse Deaths In Fort WorthAn animal rights group is calling for a boycott of rodeos after two horses died during bronc riding competitions in Fort Worth.
Anonymous Artist Painting Animals On Keller TunnelLeaders in Keller would like to meet the person who has been painting animals on a tunnel in the city. A statement on Facebook urged the unknown artist to contact city officials to perhaps work on a mural for the tunnel.
Jurassic Quest Takes Over Fair Park In DallasIf your children love dinosaurs, then you will not want to miss what is happening at Fair Park in Dallas this weekend. The prehistoric age is coming to life at Jurassic Quest.
Promising Wonder Pill Adds Years To Dog's LifeNew research on a drug called Rapamycin is offering the exciting possibility of adding years to a dog's life.
GOP Targets Endangered Species Act For ChangesIn control of Congress and soon the White House, Republicans are readying plans to roll back the influence of the Endangered Species Act, one of the government's most powerful conservation tools.
Library Receives $268,000 Award To Preserve Circus HistoryMilner Library at Illinois State University has received a $268,000 award to digitize a collection of circus route books dating back to the 19th century.