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Janet Lockwood is reunited with her dogs Chi and Zeus who were in the back of her van when it was stolen.
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Bella, a 1-year-old Rottweiler in Mantua, died of apparent anti-freeze poisoning earlier this month.
A Winchendon family is seeking justice for their beagle puppy who was found hanging from a tree in their yard Monday evening.
Host family, the St. Johns, enjoy time with exchange student Asuka Takadate and display a few of the many cards made by Takadate for them during her s... The St. John family along with family pets Max show off Asuka's prom dress and are excited about witnes... Host family, the St. Johns, and Japanese exchange student Asuka Takadate shared family ... (more)
Pet.co.nz and veterinary partner Dr Patrick Foley are reminding Kiwis to keep any chocolate Easter treats well out of reach of pet pooches this Easter.
Children with autism may find the "unconditional" love of the family dog a real help, a small new study finds.
The month of June is just around the corner. And that means the deadline to re-license Fido's or FiFi's or Fred's town dog license is soon approaching.
A shocking new article hit the blogosphere this weekend which postulates that many American women would rather have a pet dog than a baby boy or girl.
Many families face the decision of whether to get a dog. For families of children with autism, the decision can be even more challenging.
Greater Swiss Mountain dogs are judged at the New England Spring Classic Dog Show held by the South Windsor Kennel Club at the Big E in West Springfield.
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Rottweilers Axle and Paris' 'tumultuous' time at the Richmond Animal Protection Society city pound will soon come to an end and they will not be executed by the City of Richmond.
Donald MacInnes writes Tales from the Water Cooler, which can be found every Saturday on page 2 of i.
Like many other Nova Scotians, Dana LeMoine has a job in Alberta. He headed to Grande Prairie in November of last year to work as an electrician.