Shelter Workers Struggle With Having To Put Animals Down“It’s hard. It’s difficult,” said Andrew Sanchez of Dallas Animal Services. “It’s the hard part of the job.”
Cowboys Defensive Lineman Has Soft Spot For Pets In NeedDavid Irving says he just wants to help as many dogs and cats as he can find quality homes and he's joined forces with Dallas Animal Services.
Detailed Report Released After Deadly Dog AttackThe City of Dallas says it has found 12 areas where it can improve regarding its stray animal response in its review of last month's deadly dog pack mauling of Antoinette Brown.
Postal Workers To Dallas Officials: Handle Loose Dog ProblemMail carriers are fighting for their safety as officials with the City of Dallas continue to struggle answer the stray dog problem. The Postmaster and letter carriers will go before the Dallas City Council to address the risks they face every day.
Past Incidents Lead Some To Question City's Loose Dog InitativeIn early 2015, Lewis claims was bitten by a couple dogs in North Dallas. Records show the city's Animal Services Department opened, investigated and closed the case of the attack in just 18 hours, apparently without asking her what happened.
Efforts To Pick Up Stray Dogs Steps Up Near Fair ParkConcerns over the stray dog problem in South Dallas continue to be widespread.
Dallas Animal Services Taking Action After Deadly Dog AttackThere’s a new urgency to tackle the issue of loose dogs in the city of Dallas. The problem is being viewed in a new light after a woman was viciously attacked, and after lingering in critical condition died from her injuries.
Mayor Vows Improved Efforts To Take Aggressive Dogs Off StreetsPolice say a pack of six dogs mauled Antoinette Brown around 4:00 a.m. on May 2. Her son says she died Monday night.
Dallas Woman Hospitalized Following Attack By Pack Of DogsCity leaders are working to do more about the the issue of dogs running loose in the city after a pack of them put a woman in the hospital.
Animals Seized In Raids Now Available For AdoptionThere are dozens of dogs in Dallas that are now looking for forever homes. The dogs were seized in an animal cruelty raid last month.
Dallas Wins Custody Of 67 Animals Seized In Animal Cruelty RaidDallas Animal Services (DAS) was officially awarded custody today of 59 dogs and 8 horses seized in the Jan. 13 raid of a Dallas residence.
Injured Dog Rescued From Dallas CreekA scared and injured dog is now getting the care she needs from Dallas Animal Services.