A North Texas couple wants answers from PetSmart about how their beloved miniature poodle died in their care.
A national non-profit spent $450,000 to build a pet adoption center at a North Dallas PetSmart,. The City of Dallas, in exchange, agreed to provide an estimated $350,000 a year. But the city has yet to come through with any money.
Fort Worth broke ground Wednesday on a new building that could save hundreds of stray animals every year. It’s a way of treating sick animals in a crowded shelter that the city believes is groundbreaking in its concept.
It’s the season of giving. So how about donating some money to your local city government?
From the functional to the adorable, pet parents are shelling out big bucks for that furry little someone in their life this holiday season.
The City of Fort Worth and PetSmart are teaming up this weekend for ‘Shelter Pets Rock,’ the largest animal adoption event ever in North Texas.
How ill animals are treated at city pounds is one of the biggest complaints of animal rights groups. Fort Worth city officials say that’s why they’re planning a huge expansion of its isolation and medical ward.
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.
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 pet adoption center in Fort Worth is expanding, after having already saved thousands of animals by finding them loving homes.
To one of the thousand or so people attending Mayor Mike Moncrief’s final State of the City Address, it might have seemed an unusual sight; the Mayor and his wife Rosie petting dogs in cages stacked up outside of the convention center ballroom where the mayor was about to speak.