Animal Services Believes Stray Dog Pair Responsible For Biting 7Plano Animal Services is looking for a pair of elusive criminals, but these have four legs. Workers are trying to find a pair of dogs that they say could possibly be responsible for biting up to seven people.
New Mission Statement & Goals For Dallas Animal ServicesThe department responsible for getting a handle on the stray dog situation in the city of Dallas took what they say is a positive step forward today.
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.
Efforts To Pick Up Stray Dogs Steps Up Near Fair ParkConcerns over the stray dog problem in South Dallas continue to be widespread.
Is It Time To Shoot Dallas' Stray Dogs?With a woman mauled to death in the street last week, a question that would have once been considered taboo, at the very least now reflects the frustration of those left to find solutions.
Dallas Launches Campaign To Address Stray Dog IssueDallasPETS is a campaign dedicated to educating the public about three main animal issues in the city: illegal dumping, loose dogs and adoption.
New Effort To Get Loose, Stray Dogs Off South Dallas StreetsCBS 11 News rode along with animal control officers on the first day of their new patrol effort to sweep stray and loose dogs off the street.
Dallas Animal Services Stepping Up Stray Dog Patrols In 5 AreasThere have been complaints about stray dogs roaming central Oak Cliff for years, and this week Dallas Animal Services is stepping up patrols.
Dallas Neighbors Take Grassroots Approach To Stray Dog ProblemStray and loose dogs are the number one code compliance complaint heard at Dallas City Hall.
Dallas Looks At Sending Strays To A 'Dog Farm'The City of Dallas may use a "dog farm" to help control the stray pet population, city leaders say.