Dallas Animal Services
Officials with Dallas Animal Services say human error was to blame in the mistaken euthanasia of four dogs on New Year’s Day.
Officials with the Dallas Animal Services said today that human error by shelter staff was the reason for four Border Collies being accidentally euthanized during the holiday season.
A 27-year-old who won $500 on a scratch-off lottery ticket, is giving all his winnings to the city shelter at Dallas Animal Services.
Dallas Animal Services is making sure Nina Pham’s small dog will be well taken care of while she is in isolation at Texas Presbyterian Hospital fighting the Ebola virus.
Last week Dallas police rescued a German Shepard from the HOV lane. Saturday people lined up to adopt the dog. The dog, which was initially called Polk, Rush, and Elvis, was rescued near Interstate-35 and I-67 during rush hour traffic.
A possible $30 million shortfall has the city of Dallas considering budget cuts this year, which includes funding for its Animal Services Department.
The parents of the puppy that was rescued from a drain a couple of months ago need a new home.
Sunday is a big day for fans of a puppy that was stuck in a Dallas storm drain. Stormy, the dog, will be up for adoption in a special lottery held by the people who saved him.
The pooch now known as ‘Stormy’ seems none the worse for wear after spending several days stuck in a Dallas storm drain.
Animal control officers worked most of Monday to pull a stranded puppy from a storm drain.
A pair of male puppies were rescued from a storm drain after the creative efforts of employees of Dallas Animal Services.
Free spay and neuter services are being offered for dog owners in certain parts of Dallas. The program is called ‘Big Fix For Big D’ and it officially launched on Tuesday.