North Texas will be warming up this weekend, which means it’s time to explore what’s happening across the Metroplex. KRLD’s Tasha Stevens has some ideas!
The holiday season is in full swing, and you and your family can celebrate with food, performances and music of all kinds! Here are some of the best things happening across DFW this weekend.
Operation Kindness is the oldest and largest no-kill animal shelter in North Texas, founded in 1976.
Whether you’re looking to see some terrific live music or to help out an animal in need, here is a brief list of things to do around North Texas over the weekend of June 5-8.
It was a furry homecoming of sorts for the animal alumni of Operation Kindness on Saturday.
For anyone with a passion for animals, volunteering your time at one of these facilities is an ideal way to make a difference in the lives of the animals and in your own life.
The DFW area is filled with many different places to find a sweet pet for your family. Here are five of the best pet rescue shelters available in the DFW area.
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.
A generous donation is helping an animal shelter in Carrollton find ‘forever homes’ for larger dogs breeds that often take longer to be adopted.
A Wylie sixth grader rallied her school to send food and games to U.S. soldiers overseas.
North Texas pets deserve safe, forever homes no matter the season, and area rescue organizations are out to save them all. Be a part of these wonderful organizations by picking your next puppy or kitten from one of these five great groups.
The final puppy trapped inside a cluttered storage shed in East Dallas has been rescued. One puppy died, however, and two others are recovering after someone wrapped plastic zip-ties around their necks.