With 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.
Check out Champ. This 1-year-old pup came into Dallas Animal Services as a stray dog and is now looking for a good home.
Animal rescuers and residents in southeast Dallas are finding garbage bags with the remains of dogs and roosters.
Check out Chip! This energetic little pup likes to meet people and loves to play! Can you help him find a new home?
The Fort Worth Animal Shelter is at capacity. The city confirmed that on Monday 20 animals were euthanized – the highest number of animals put down so far this year.
Texas A&M on Tuesday announced that Reveille IX begins her duties on May 9. The collie has the American Kennel Club registered name of Overland Turning Twix.
Lenny was rescued from the streets and is a little bit shy. But he loves his toys and gets along well with other dogs. Can you help him find a new home?
Last year, in the state of Texas alone, some 200 dogs were shot and killed by police officers. Those numbers have some animal protection groups demanding mandatory training for all law enforcement officers.
A followup on the story of a Facebook picture showing two dead dogs, apparently killed by a North Texas volunteer firefighter. A friend had said the man was protecting his livestock, but investigators now say that’s not true.
A North Texas firefighter’s social media post goes viral, but not necessarily in a good way. The man posted a picture of two dead dogs. The caption said he killed the animals after warning his neighbor to keep them off his property.
Emergency crews responded to a house fire in east Fort Worth early Tuesday morning. Officials said that it started after the homeowner put a space heater inside of a doghouse.
Oliver is a friendly and laid-back 5-year-old pup. But he needs a good home. Can you help him out?