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Today, it claims to be the largest private animal-welfare organization in Chicago...The group broke ground last month on an $8 million project to renovate its facilities, including an expansion into the basement of its four-building complex at
Max, an Aussie-Bordor Collie mix, lost his best friend who became ill and could no longer care for Max. A loyal and steady dog, Max needs someone new to love as soon as possible...For adoption, call El Dorado County Animal Services at 530-573-7925.
A Georgia woman was reunited with her dog, Smokey, in Chicago today, a year after it was stolen from her and later found by a couple who moved to Mount Prospect. Although Wyolene Richardson, 83, of Tucker, Ga., was reunited with Smokey this afternoon,
The tan mutt howled and barked for hours outside her owner's new home. But Lashon Johnson and her son Lorenzo said they ignored the dog's pleas because they couldn't let her into their apartment. Their new landlord in the East Garfield Park
Written by Filed Under Several animal-welfare organizations will become partners under one roof at a new Near-Westside clinic, offering low-cost vaccinations and eventually spay/neuter surgeries. The Humane Society of Indianapolis Animal Welfare
When the weather heats up and suburbanites come out of their family room hibernations to rediscover the outdoors, we discover that we share our natural habitats with squirrels that raid our bird feeders, rabbits that ravage our gardens and robins
The holidays mean fun, family and food, but experts say don't forget about Fido or Fifi. The Anti-Cruelty Society of Chicago is reminding the public to take precautions with pets this holiday season. For one, keep mistletoe, holly and poinsettias
Chicago 's Anti-Cruelty Society is getting a big shipment of little dogs rescued from a puppy mill in Sparta, Tenn. The 100 dogs were rescued on Friday after the local sheriff's department contacted the Humane Society.