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Druid City Brewing Co., 607 14th St., will host Pints for Pups, a fundraiser to benefit the Humane Society of West Alabama, from 6:30 until 10 p.m...Musician Ham Bagby will perform, and $1 from each pint of beer purchased Thursday will be donated to
Rep. Ed Whitfield, R-Hopkinsville, said Monday that an ethics investigation underway in Washington was prompted by efforts to derail his legislation to fight soring of Tennessee walking horses. Whitfield told reporters that the complaint alleges that
AT A Jack Russell terrier is scanned for a microchip at the Blue Cross Lewknor Rehoming Centre in London. British authorities say that all dogs in England will have to be fitted with microchips from 2016. (Martin Phelps, Blue Cross/Associated Press)
The Humane Society of West Alabama had planned to open a cat adoption house in Northport since January, but the project was delayed due to frequent absences by members of the Northport Zoning Board of Adjustments, according to humane society leaders.
Nulo, an independent pet food company based out of Austin, Texas, hand delivered 5,000 pounds of dog and cat food to the shelter headquarters in Milpitas. The Silicon Valley nonprofit was chosen for its 85 years of service to animals, according to
Santa Barbara County Animal Services, intended to make a significant impact in the Santa Maria community's most troubled area for pet overpopulation. The goal of the program is to spay or neuter 1,700 dogs from the Santa Maria area over a two-year
Durango Herald Chris Nelson, director of animal services with the La Plata County Humane Society, holds Lieutenant Dan, who has lost use of his back legs and is receiving a wheelchair to help him get around. T he saying it's a dog's life has real
Bay area bunnies are multiplying like rabbits do, and it's causing a population surge at the Peninsula Humane Society...That's up nearly 50 percent from this time last year. "We believe because of the time they came to us they were Easter impulse
As furry friends sniffle through their cages, Emily Klehm and her team of volunteers are preparing to find them homes. It's been a long road for some of these animals, but volunteers believe an upcoming overnight adventure could give them a new start.
Mo. (AP) In the nation's agricultural heartland, farming is more than a multibillion-dollar industry that feeds the world. It could be on track to become a right, written into law alongside the freedom of speech and religion. Some powerful