Meet this little ball of fur and energy. This 3-year-old Shih Tzu is our Pet Pal this week.
Are you still searching for a 2017 calendar? Do you want to help end puppy mills? If so, you may be interested in a new locally made calendar.
The largest indoor pet show in the area in happening February 26th, 11-4pm and benefits a non-profit and all its programs.
The one-month-old pups were buried for five days and found in an isolated part of the complex.
Cuddly, sweet, and excited to see you! That wraps up this week's pet pal.
Puppies aged just eight weeks were introduced to the world of working sheep at a Pilbara station on Monday, January 16. The young dogs looked full of excitement as they chased a few sheep around the yard as part of their first lesson.
According to the Animal Control office, the dogs had no food, only stagnant, dirty water to drink. One was so tightly chained to a tree it could not move.
The woman said she asked Carr to keep the dog from climbing into the front seat. The woman said heard a thud after the window rolled down.