2 hrs ago | WBAL-TV Baltimore
A yet-to-be-released report slams Baltimore City agencies for failing to cooperate to curb the problem of animal abuse, the WBAL-TV 11 News I-Team has learned.
3 hrs ago | PeoriaTimes-Observer
Virtually invisible, it hovers everywhere in the air in spring, summer and early autumn, and your dog could end up in a veterinary hospital if you fail to recognize its symptoms.
7 hrs ago | Washington Times
PETA said it's been targeted, too. Politico reported that Jeffrey Kerr , the general counsel for the animal rights group, sent a letter on Thursday to the Treasury Department alleging that PETA was unfairly audited on three separate occasions: Between 1990 and 1992, from 2003 to 2005 and in 2009.
11 hrs ago | MLive.com
A series on animal control issues in Muskegon County shed some light on larger issues involving animal abuse and abandonment, but also dispelled some myths about pit bulls - a breed that has populated quickly in the urban areas of the county.
I'm wondering whose idea it was to put the Apis Bull in front of the Tallan Building at the corner of MLK and Carter Street? I'm wondering whose idea it was to put the Apis Bull in front of the Tallan Building at the corner of MLK and Carter Street? We can't have the 10 Commandments at the courthouse, but this is o.k.? Mark Vestal Signal Moutain ... (more)
While the bill for care and boarding multiplied, so did the so-called "Edgewood 48" seized from former veterinarian Debra Clopton's Edgewood, N.M., home April 1. Five of the dogs seized in the raid have given birth to a total of 32 puppies.
GAG VETO; GONE FISHING; TAG TEAM; PILOT FLYING J UPDATE; NIXONIAN; A SPECIAL INSIDE POLITICS; PERSONAL REFLECTIONS; FOLLOW UPS; BEING CONSISTENT For only the second time in his two-plus years as Governor, Bill Haslam has vetoed a bill passed by the Tennessee General Assembly.
A Federal Department of Agriculture investigation has concluded that it's "highly likely" Australian sheep were sold and killed outside ESCAS-approved supply chains in Kuwait in August last year.
A court hearing this Monday, May 20th at 1 o'clock p.m. at the Hamilton Municipal Court in Hamilton, Ohio, should finally decide the fate of Elizabeth Lewis in the starving death of her puppy that began in August 2012.
The Cole Bros. Circus is heading to Denville next week, and PETA wants the media and parents to know about its repeated violations of federal laws aimed at protecting animals and members of the public.
Roy Exum crosses the line in trashing members of Congress simply because they disagree with him on animal welfare policy.
Christina Stewart will be arraigned on a felony aggravated cruelty to animals charge on June 18 in 22nd Judicial District Court in Covington.
Queensland Agriculture Minister John McVeigh says he holds no animal welfare concerns about Australian live cattle exports to Indonesia as he pushes for an increase in trade.
The budget cuts aid spending - and worse. Gareth Bryant from AID/WATCH reports money is being directed to sending refugees home, managing live exports and even promoting mining.
Americans love animals. More than half of all American families own pets, and we overwhelmingly believe in protecting animals from cruelty and suffering.
A shrill whine from the cat, no doubt frustrated by the fact that its rear paws are duct-taped together.