Horse Recovering After Being Shot In DallasThe wounded horse had been tethered to a tree in Southeast Dallas two weeks ago.
Dallas One Step Closer To Big Changes Involving Animal Shelter, Dangerous DogsThe city council's Quality of Life Committee approved two major changes Monday that will now move to the full city council.
Dallas Animal Services Officer Arrested, Accused Of Violently Throwing KittenEric Pogue was arrested Wednesday after an investigation by the City for failure to follow procedure and violence against an animal.
Dallas Animal Services Reduces Adoption Fees... PermanentlyDogs are now adoptable for $45 (down from $85) and cats can be adopted for $35 (down from $55).
Updated Ordinance Outlaws Tethering Dogs In DallasStarting February 1st, it's no longer an option for Dallas pet owners to tie their animals up and leave them unattended in their yard.
Dallas Animal Services Cracking Down On Irresponsible Dog OwnersThe warrant roundup is part of a larger effort by the city of Dallas to change the animal culture there.
Dog Attacks Child At Pet Adoption Event In DallasA Colleyville couple says their 2-year old son was viciously mauled by a pit bull mix named Rusty during a pet adoption event in Klyde Warren Park last weekend.
Microchipping Now Mandatory For Dallas Dogs & CatsThe tough new laws aim to reduce the number of loose dogs that have plagued South Dallas, but will affect all dog and cat owners within city limits.
Another Dallas Dog Attack As City Works On ProblemAs officials in Dallas continue trying to address the growing problem of dog attacks, there was another one Tuesday night in the Oak Cliff area. A mixed-breed dog was wrangled into a van after it bit a young boy.
Dallas Targets Dogs That Aren't FixedNew numbers show increased enforcement by Dallas Animal Services after a fatal mauling last year. In the first three months of 2016, it issued 93 citations for a failure to spay/neuter. But during the same period this year, it issued 477 citations.
Free Pet Adoptions After Dallas Shelter FilledSince October, animal services officers have captured on average 1,000 animals a month and those animals have got to go somewhere.
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.