The city of Fort Worth and nearly two dozen other entities hope to adopt out hundreds animals during a two day “mega-adoption event” this weekend.
181 animals from the Gulf Coast arrived in North Texas today from animal shelters threatened by Hurricane Isaac.
A new study by Pfizer Animal Health shows nearly a quarter of Texas dogs are obese. Vets say Texas dogs are fat for the same reason people are.
North Texans have adopted about 275 animals in Fort Worth over the span of just two days. While that is great news, there are still plenty of other pets looking for new homes.
Sassy is an outgoing, smart dog who needs a new home. Let’s find her one!
Looking for a furry new friend? PetSmart’s National Adoption Weekend is here, and Fort Worth is one of the most successful places for finding families for homeless pets.
A North Texas woman says the Humane Society of North Texas allowed her to adopt two puppies that turned out to be very sick, and then said if she returned them they may be euthanized.
Would you pay a dollar to kiss a dog? That’s what people are doing at the State Fair of Texas and it’s all for a good cause.
With her kids off at college, Nyana Crosby has visited the city’s Pet Adoption Center several times a week looking for a new companion.
Separated, united and now adopted: It’s a storyline fit for a movie, yet the true adventures of three unusual animals now has a happy ending.